Jul 28, 2009

Macka Diamond's ‘Redemption of Paradise’ premieres August 19 at Carlos Café

Big screen movie director Noel ‘Doc’ Howell and his team are in Jamaica preparing for the international premiere of their latest box office hit, ‘Redemption Of Paradise’.

Set for an August 19 prestigious media premiere and launch at Carlos Café, soon after all of Jamaica will be able to head to Carib Theatre to view one of the biggest movies of the summer, produced in the Caribbean, starring big Caribbean names and produced and presented by an all-star Caribbean film crew.

The exciting, high impact, action drama ‘Redemption Of Paradise’ is a movie about vigilante justice set in the beautiful island of Paradise. What was once a safe and pleasurable island has now become plagued with violence, drugs, and gangs. Tired of the corruption that has infested her hometown, one citizen decides to take a stand. Millie (played by dancehall star Macka Diamond) forms a community watch group, which amongst other things encourages the local businessmen to stop paying protection money and to deter the corrupt efforts of Paradise's drug kingpin. The subplot to the movie involves a much younger Millie and a horrible twist to the story begins to unravel.

The Antiguan film, produced by Dr. Howell’s film company Colour Bars Film Production, was filmed mainly in Antigua featuring stars from across the Caribbean. Dr. Howell is quite excited and proud of his latest production, and is confident that movie goers will give it top ratings. “‘Redemption Of Paradise’ has a great story line, an epic tale that many can identify with,” said Dr. Howell. “Our team of great Caribbean actors, director, writers, producers and film crew really went all out to make a great movie.

“I am looking forward to the August 19 media premiere at Carlos Café and the world premiere at Carib Theatre. I know everyone is going to really enjoy this one.”

‘Redemption Of Paradise’ cast includes – lead Macka Diamond as Millie, Respect as Rogger, Mark as himself, Kevroy Graham as Andrew, Eldon Martin as Wicket and Junior Hart as Officer.

The crew comprises – Director: Noel ‘The Doc’ Howell M.D., Assistant Director: Jason Williams, Producer: Courtney Boyd, Producer: Cliff Williams, Production Manager: Bert Kirchner, Location Manager: Dr. Alvin Edwards, Script Supervisor: Chantelle Tomilson, DP: Boaz Freund, Camera Assistant: Alex, Camera Assist: Andrew Anderson, Gaffer: Danny Belinke, Grip: Mark Mctavish, Make-up Artist: Melissa, and Stunt Coordinators: Steve Gums, Jeff Gums and Eric Miranda.

Look out for its August 19 premiere in Jamaican theatres.



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