Documenting the journey of a Cameroonian filmmaker



Chronicling the journey of a Cameroonian filmmaker in a country where Cinema halls/houses/film halls have been banned.

Interesting isn’t it?

We do it for the passion.



18 comments on “About

  1. HAF
    October 25, 2010

    I believe deeply that Cameroon (and Africa as whole) is still very much lacking behind cos the greater proportion of its population(females and kids) are still to get off the fetters and handcuffs of cultural and societal segragation. The more our women/children will be encouraged to read, learn and become more independent(empowered) the better Africa will become. Wish you all he best as you forged for greater dreams and visions, we need more thinking brains brand of AFRICAN QUEENS rather than just rasta/wig AFRICAN QUEENS! lol, God bless!

  2. pegos
    October 26, 2010

    liked your blog.came across it for the first time.dunno will try to read from time to time.never followed any blog before but like the subject of interest.

    • prgoretti
      November 11, 2010

      Thanks Pegos,

      I appreciate your compliments.

  3. Gwen Fominyen
    October 26, 2010

    …and why I am not surprised? Because I saw it coming from way way way back. Shine on sis, it only gets better!!!

  4. Al Deedee
    October 28, 2010

    Wow love all the content especially the vids
    keep up sis
    kiss kiss

  5. Quinta A.
    November 11, 2010

    Nice blog Anu. Its content: very inspiring, i thought as much… Hope to follow and read on as time goes on…

    • prgoretti
      November 11, 2010

      Quintu, I really do appreciate your stopping by. Thanks and please remember to subscribe.

  6. T! Ntemgwa
    November 17, 2010

    I come here for our generation’s breaking news. Keep up girl!

  7. H
    November 29, 2010

    A truly amazing blog. I am an avid fan. Keep up with the daily flash.

  8. Kibs
    December 12, 2010

    good job goretti. When r u reaching pays???we need to rap like soon

  9. Lebs
    February 2, 2011

    Hey Sis, i really don’t how you get all this stuff but then, what ever you are doing is really great. I am so happy for you.

  10. Louis
    April 23, 2012

    Hello Goretti, I was very intrigued and impressed by your blog and I loved the articles, however one article struck a never, Lung –busters and drunkards: walking into Cameroon. Please let me start by saying it was not your fault, you just posted something that pertained to your country. I found it very pathetic and rude, I mean the level of ignorance and bias displayed by the writer, after being accommodated by the environment and people all he had to do was call a lady fat and could not even take the time out to spell Sabga correctly, maybe he too was drunk I don’t know. I would have posted this comment below the original article, but I figured you would get my point better and since I got to his post through yours I might as will share a thought or two with you on such articles. I don’t mind him calling us drunks, and taking the time off is cycle to write about it and the brands of alcohol we have, or the state of our roads. What I do have an issue with is his reference to the “fat” woman and the 50yr old who was well dressed, Spoke fluently and articulately, but lives in a shoe-box sized room. Goretti you and I know that this is basically the main description of the parents who brought us up and educated us to this level, I may not be far from them today but at least I am somewhere, did he have to point them out from such a skewed perspective? I can go on but to cut things short, in my opinion you posting that article inadvertently promoted his biased views. In life we will meet good and bad things what I do is focus on the good ones and promote them. Your initiative is good and your intensions thus far are good just don’t taint it any more with such articles. Have a lovely day.

    • prgoretti
      May 11, 2012

      Louis, I really do appreciate differing opinions like yours. I guess in a way, it is good to see yourself (in this case country) through someone else’ eyes. It helps you to take a look inwards – NOTE To Biya’s government.

  11. Charles Tanto
    October 12, 2013

    Kudos lady. Just get to see your blog. I iwsh you all the best and will always get to consult for latest and why not even contribute in my way. Thumbs up Lady

    • prgoretti
      October 12, 2013

      Aww, thanks Charles. I do appreciate you stopping by and your contributions are always welcome.

  12. MsAidyl
    October 12, 2013

    Another Camer blogger on the scene. Love it. #team237 🙂

  13. Marie Florence Atem
    May 21, 2014


    Prgotti i like your courage and effort. You are an inspiration to many Cameroonians out there. Never give up and continue to be a brief woman by the help of God

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