Cook Off On Netflix

Zimbabwe’s first film to feature on streaming service Netflix is a romantic comedy about a struggling single mother who finds love and good fortune in a TV cooking show contest. 

Well done Elder Njagu and the whole crew this got me so educated and cultured feeling so proud zvakaoma zvakadaro Yes we can. 

"I wanted the world to know that there is more to Zimbabwe than what they hear. We also fall in love; we also enjoy nice food. We also have very nice stories," said Njagu. 
With a production budget of only $8,000, Njagu said he used his personal relationships with the cast and crew to sign deferred contracts and to bring on board studio owners and equipment hire companies without making an immediate payment. 
The low budget film was shot in 2017, but very few people in Zimbabwe had heard of it, even after it won several awards at international film festivals, including in the Netherlands, Durban and United States. 
Everything changed two and half months ago, when Netflix, the world's leading entertainment streaming service with 189 million paid viewers, came knocking on the door. /Escalade/

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  • chris
    chris South africa
    looking forward to see it ...well done guys ..u made us proud

    looking forward to see it ...well done guys ..u made us proud

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