Los Angeles based Ghanaian film maker, Leila Djansi may have finally broken the jinx surrounding her movie premieres in Ghana as her December 30th premiere of ‘Ties That Bind’ at the National Theatre was as sellout. Perhaps a ripple effect from sweeping the Ghana Movie Awards held on December 25, Leila, who has previously produced several critically acclaimed and award-winning movies but never managed to sell out any of her premieres, exorcized her demons and packed the National Theatre auditorium with two showings of ‘Ties That Bind’. The first showing filled the auditorium and some patrons with tickets had to either stand and watch the movie or wait for the second showing.]]>
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