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Sunday, 20 August 2006

they read my press release....

they read my press release.... and thought lets get a pro to do it.

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The debut feature film from award-winning writer/director Julius Amedume "A Goat’s Tail” will premier at The Prince Charles Cinema, London at 8.30 p.m. on Friday, September 1.

This 2 hour dramatic edgy film noir follows the journey of one man (Kojo), whose cautionary tale circles the depths of the dark face of London. Kojo (played by newcomer Godfred Nortey) is a taxi driver and wannabe hustler living and working in Ghana, West Africa. His luck (or so he thinks) is in when he picks up Cynthia (Lesley Cook), a beautiful young British tourist. Cynthia reluctantly promises to invite Kojo to England. Four months later, Kojo arrives on Cynthia's doorstep. Filled with ambitions of fulfilling his dreams of succeeding as a poet and gaining fame and fortune, it soon begins to dawn on him that the grass might not be greener on the other side and people are never quite what they seem….

This exciting new film also guest stars Simon James Morgan (Seed of Chucky), Jason Ramsay (The Fifth Element) and Danny John Jules (Lock Stock…, Blade 2, Red Dwarf), and features the first movie role for two of the seminal voices of the UK underground garage music scene MC Creed and T.

Julius Amedume, Director said I’m really excited and proud to see my labour of love finally make it to the big screen. It’s been a long struggle with a lot of trials, tribulations and limited resources. I’ve been fortunate enough to have a lot of support and the opportunity to work with some the most talented people working not only in film, but spoken word and music. I think it just goes to underpin the current strength of the talent in not just Britain but Africa also. And I hope I can continue to bring a mass audience, compelling characters and interesting stories

The premier, will be followed by Q & A session with Amedume and a number of the film’s stars.

Tickets for the premier are £8. and are available from:

Prince Charles Cinema Box Office:
7 Leicester Place, WC2
0870 811 2559

The After party will be at:
93-107 Shaftesbury Avenue W1
Tickets: Film plus After party tickets are £13 Available from

For further information, press tickets or a press pack, please contact Amedume Films on:

T: +44 (0) 7930 580 012
+44 (0) 7944 520 069
W: and

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