Following the well acclaimed film in 2010, Spectrum Films released its first movie, “Flash Fever”, a thriller which was well acclaimed for its distinctive use of special effects and graphics across West Africa and beyond.
Spectrum Films is proud to announce the release of yet another blockbuster movie titled “Dr. Love”, this new film is written and directed by Emmanuel Oppong Boamah, the same brain behind “Flash Fever”. As a director, Emmanuel Oppong Boamah comes to the Dr. Love project with a wealth of experience.
He has worked at Ghana Films Corporation (GFC) and TV3 Network as screen writer/director. His credit in television writing includes hits like Kejetia (GTV), Inspector Bediako (GTV), and Cape Coast Motel (TV3).
He left GFC to establish Spectrum Films which engages in the production of corporate documentaries and television advertising. Spectrum Films has worked for clients like The German Technical Agency (GTZ), Ghana AIDS Commission, Ghana National Service Secretariat and Marie Stopes International.
In the area of television advertising, Spectrum has created successful commercials for brands like Blue Jeans Energy drink (Budget Cash and Carry), Don Simon Multifruita, Red Bull Energy Drink, McVities biscuit, BB cocktail (Forewin Gh.), Zedex Cough syrup, Manix herbal capsules (Sharp Pharmaceuticals) and Brown Gold Cocoa Powder (Hords Ltd).
Knowing Spectrum Films for its brand of exciting entertainment, movie fans can expect to be captivated by “Dr. Love”, a comedy that tells the hilarious story of a struggling 65 year old man from a tiny little village who turns himself into a hip hop rapper and charges into Accra to chase fame and fortune. This second movie “Dr. Love”, promises a lot of excitement and amazing entertainment.
The cast boasts of the veteran actor Kojo Dadson (of “Home Sweet Home” fame), Bukom Banku (boxer / comic philosopher), Opha K (of MTN ‘Idey Bee keke’ fame), and Aluta (of “Things We Do For Love” Fame, Ewura Abena Bray of Flash Fever in the host of others).