Millennium Exclusive - Jackie Appiah (Ghanaian Actress) at the World Premier of Turning Point , Indigo 02,London


Synopsis: Listen to Jackie Appiah discuss the rise of African Cinema and what Hollywood can learn from her colleagues.

Millennium TV caught up with Ghanaian Actress, Jackie Appiah to get her opinion of recent Hollywood/Nollywood collaborations such as Tony Abulu’s Dr Bello (see trailer and now Niyi Towolawi’s Turning Point.

Appiah plays the role of Grace in Turning Point which is a drama which explores complacence, karma, moral justifications and redemption. The audience follows a Nigerian-American playboy (Igoni Archibong) as he deals with the consequences of abandoning his American sweetheart (K.D. Aubert (“Entourage” and “Friday After Next”) for an arranged wife from back home.

A-list African stars, including Appiah and Ebbe Bassey mix with several Hollywood actors, including Todd Bridges, best known for “Different Strokes” and “Everybody Hates Chris”; Joe Estevez (“Apocalypse Now” among many others); and Hudson.

Listen to Appiah’s opinion on what it takes to survive and thrive as an actress.

Produced by: Millennium TV
Country: Nigeria, Ghana, United Kingdom, United States
Year: 2012
Duration: 4 minutes and 33 seconds

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