Ghanaian accomplished stage, and screen actress and TV host, Sitsofe Tsikor, has successfully concluded the production of her first self-produced feature film, “EVOR”.
After featuring in several productions over the years, Tsikor, through her production studio, Rainbow Productions, has courageously transitioned into the world of producing, bringing forth a powerful thriller drama addressing the pervasive issue of domestic violence.
“EVOR,” inspired by true-life events, boasts a compelling script written by Wanda N.K Quartey which tells the story of Dela, a woman whose life is ensnared within the confines of an unhealthy relationship, plagued by relentless abuse. How she handles it and the effects thereafter.
The movie showcases a stellar ensemble of Ghanaian talents, comprising Adjetey Anang, Brian Angels, Fred Amugi, Pascaline Edwards, Abeiku Santana, Myna Otoo, Naa Ashokor Mensah-Doku, and a myriad of other equally talented individuals.
In an exclusive conversation with GhMoviefreak.com, Sistosfe Tsikor shared insights into her experience, stating, “Collaborating with a talented and devoted cast on this film was an incredibly gratifying experience for me.”
She also expressed her belief that audiences would connect with the narrative on a profound level. “I am sure that once people see this film, they will be able to resonate with the story one way or another. It might not be their own story, but they might know someone who has been through a similar experience,” she added.
“EVOR” promises to be a poignant exploration of the harsh realities surrounding domestic violence and how it affects lives, shedding light on the often-overlooked aspects of this prevalent issue. Through the lens of captivating storytelling and stellar performances, the film endeavours to raise awareness and foster conversations on the subject matter.
With anticipation already building Rainbow Productions plans to release “EVOR” in the first quarter of 2024.
This website will bring you comprehensive details on screening venues and showing times once they are officially announced.
As Sistosfe Tsikor embarks on this new chapter in her career, “EVOR” stands as a testament to her dedication to storytelling that resonates with audiences as she hopes to make a valuable contribution to Ghana’s cinema landscape.
GhMoviefreak.com will bring you more updates on this film that promises not only entertainment but also serves as a thought-provoking examination of societal issues.