NEW MOVIE ALERT: PASCAL ATUMA’S ‘AFRICAN LAPD COPS’ SET TO SCREEN NATION WIDE IN NIGERIA!

A hot new movie is set for release in cinemas nationwide. It’s the movie LAPD AFRICAN COPS, a hilarious comedy about two Africans who came to America and joined the Los Angeles Police Department. They were commissioned and sent out to the streets of Los Angeles, instead of them using the LAPD rules and regulations to judge the American streets; they decided to judge the streets using African culture, norms and values.

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The film stars Hollywood & Nollywood actors such as Vanessa Bell Calloway, ( Eddie Murphy’s Coming to America), Luenell (Borat), Dorien Wilson (The Parkers, Brian Hooks (Eve’s Show), Mari Morrow (One Life To Live), Jaszmin Lewis(Barbershop), Trina Mcgee (Friday After Next with Ice Cube), Bless Brown Vera (Sexy Boy In America), Tonya Lee Williams( Young & Restless), Caryn Ward-Ross (The Game), Pascal Atuma & Oscar Atuma (My American Nurse & Okoto the Messenger). It was produced By Dr. Oscar Atuma & Pascal Atuma
Co – Produced By Ime Etuk and written & Directed By Pascal Atuma.

In this film, the African American’s cultural differences with Africa comes full circle, embracing the true African moral culture. This message tend to close the gap between African Americans and Africans, giving hope that the chains of the past will some day be broken, and then we  will  see each other as one. LAPD AFRICAN COPS is a film that will use comedy to deliver several messages for the betterment of the society at large.  LAPD AFRICAN COPS won three (3) Awards at the just concluded Golden Icons Academy Movie Awards (GIAMA) in Houston Texas. out of a total of seven(7) nominations.  Best Film Diaspora, Best International Actress – Luenell Campbell, Best Actor – Pascal Atuma. Check out some behind-the scene-photos and trailer of the movie.

The movie is being distributed in West Africa by Silver Bird Cinemas and is set for movie release in Nigeria  December 4th, 2015

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