His passion of directing and rolling out quality movies from his Sky + Orange Production house is now a reality.
The multitalented, worldwide household name, Van Vicker, known for his exceptional acting skills, has proved to be more than just an actor. He is currently about to direct his fifth movie titled ‘Lost’.
Some of his previous productions under Sky + Orange Productions are ‘Friday Night’ (2008), ‘Raj’ (2010), ‘The Hands Of Time’ (2012) and ‘Joni Waka’ (2012).
Taking a look at the movies under Van Vicker’s belt as a director and producer, there is no doubt that the handsome actor has enormous talent.
The movie ‘Friday night’, which was released in 2008, got people talking about Van’s talent as a director, with critics in some sections of the industry asking if he could stand the test of time.
‘Raj’ silenced critics, with many giving the budding director thumbs up for a job well done.
Van did not relent in his efforts and went on to direct and produce two more movies titled ‘The Hands Of Time’ featuring Kofi Adjorlolo and Nadia Buari.
In one of his most recent projects, Van Vicker explored a genre not familiar to his fans.
As well as directing, Van also features in the comedy thriller titled ‘Joni Waka’ which stars Ghana’s king of comedy Agyaa Koo.
Emphasizing on the project ‘Lost’, Van said, “It is my career and my passion. I am giving it my all to make it work.
This piece is more or less an epic modern kind of movie and Ghanaians will experience a never seen before action.
I want to expose areas that have not been explored in the industry.
I thank God for my fantastic production team and I know without a doubt that we will deliver.”
He added that the movie ‘Lost’ would be out in December or early next year and fans should expect to see “a different movie”, which features Ghallywood and Nollywood stars.
The Ghanaian star and his production house are gearing up for a world-class premiere on August 3, 2012 for his latest production ‘The Hands Of Time’ at the Silverbird Cinema.
There is much to be expected and lots of surprises. It is an event not to be missed.
Source News One Ghana