Directors: Leila Djansi

Producers: Suzanne Patrick, Dave Harper

Genre: Romance, Drama

Starring: Garcelle Beauvais, Brian White, Leon, Lynn Whitfield, Greg Vaughan, Jim Iyke, Kate Nauta, Trilby Glover.

 

Plot: Natalie resorts to picking up the pieces of her life after her husband leaves her for the family he has outside. she falls in love with Darrell, but he has secrets of his own. Can Natalie handle any more secrets?

Director: Leila Djansi

Producers: Amanda Marshall, Dave Harper.

 

Genre: Drama

 

Starring: Teyonah Parris, Brian White, Macy Gray, Edwina Findley, Leon.

 

Belle is a beautiful young woman who never found a bright future because she was too busy running away from a heartbreaking past. But news of her mother passing away brings Belle back home to her family and the painful memories she tried to leave behind.

Directors: Leila Djansi

Producers: Suzanne Patrick, Dave Harper

Genre: Romance, Drama

 

Starring: Garcelle Beauvais, Brian White, Leon, Lynn Whitfield, Greg Vaughan, Jim Iyke, Kate Nauta, Trilby Glover.

 

Natalie resorts to picking up the pieces of her life after her husband leaves her for the family he has outside. she falls in love with Darrell, but he has secrets of his own. Can Natalie handle any more secrets?

Directors: Leila Djansi

Producers: Dave Harper, Leila Djansi

Genre: Drama

Starring: Kimberly Elise, Ama K. Abebrese, Omotola Jalade, Randall Batinkoff. David Dontoh, John Dumelo

 

Plot: Adobea, Buki and Theresa are three women from different walks of life bound together by a similar pain; the loss of a child. In a destined meeting in a small village in Kroboland, the women journey together to redemption, love, life and forgiveness as they renovate a dilapidated clinic for the villagers.

 

Awards and Festivals: WINNER Best Diaspora Film, San Diego Black Film Festival. Official Selection, AFI New African Films Festival. Official Selection, Samsung International Womens Film Festival

 

 

Directors: Leila Djansi

Producers: Dave Harper, Tonita Perry, Leila Djansi

Genre: Drama

Starring: Jimmy Jean-Louis, Ama K Abebrese, Yemi Blaq

 

Plot: Jimah (Jimmy Jean-Louis) and Pabi (Ama K. Abebrese)  are in a seemingly loving marriage which turns into one of violence and abuse when Jimah becomes disfigured in a domestic accident.

 

Awards and Festivals: 2011 Africa Movie Academy Award - Best Screenplay, Best Make-up, and Best Actress in a Leading Role

2010 Ghana Movie Awards - Best Picture, Best Art Direction, Best Wardrobe, and Best West African Collaboration

CinemAfrica film festival in Stockholm 2011, Sweden, Pan Africa Film Festival 2011, Los Angeles, Cannes- Marche Du Film 2011, Cannes

 

 

Directors: Leila Djansi

Producers: Akofa Asiedu, Leila Djansi, Cosby Bipke

Genre: Period Piece

 

In I Sing of a Well, Prince Wenambe (J.O.T. Agyeman) hands the troubled Kingdom of Kotengbi over to Mansa Musa for protection, allowing him to win the throne from his father. But in order to ascend the throne, Wenambe must first find a wife. He chooses the beautiful Soraya (Akofa E. Asiedu).Wenambe then watches helplessly as the emperor, Mansa Musa, sells the kingdom off to slave traders. Even the son borne by his new wife Soraya cannot lessen his shame at losing the respect and sovereignty of his people. What unfolds is an epic tale about the Atlantic slave trade told from an African perspective.

 

Won: BAFTA/LA Excellence in Filmmaking Prize