Saturday, 1 October 2016

Top Moments From Edith Pikwa's "Kiss Of Death" Movie Premiere- Dallas Texas

Hi there lovely #glowers!!!
This post is one week overdue but better late than never !(wink)
So last Saturday September 24th ,Dallas- Texas experienced a Cameroonian movie premiere like no other! It was the official launch of the movie "Kiss Of Death" by one of our favorite actresses from Cameroon, Edith Pikwa.
Edith Pikwa who is the brain behind this powerful movie mentioned that the movie aims at creating awareness of the ills of forceful early marriages of girls in Africa, and Cameroon in particular.
This movie is a great masterpiece shot in the North West Region of Cameroon precisely in Chomba Village.
It was 6pm Saturday September 24th, the red carpet was ready, and the media was present!
Everyone looked absolutely gorgeous but it was the lady of the night, Edith Pikwa, who had the spotlight  on her , in this beautiful dress!!!
The support was amazing as many fellow actors showed up to stand with her in one voice against childhood marriage.
The "Touch Of Class" event center was all set and the movie ready for viewing by 7pm.
Another thing that caught our attention, apart from Edith's dress, was the Fruit Display, done by one of our Cameroonian sisters whom you will soon discover in our next feature of #GirlBoss on our inspiration page.
We spoke to some people after the movie screening and we got the same response- This movie is a MUST WATCH!
Fund raising with lots of entertainment and dancing followed as funds were raised to support underprivileged girls in Cameroon who were interested in becoming entrepreneurs and filmmakers in future.
As mentioned earlier, this movie aims at raising awareness against the early marriage of the girl child. For more information on how to support this cause, contact us at
Now here are a few photos to give you a taste of what went down! All photos by Victory Media Pro- The Best in Texas- Contact them for your events(wink wink). 
Edith Pikwa and Husband at "Kiss Of Death" movie premiere
It was classy, the audience enjoyed themselves, it was a success!
Next stop, DMV! Come out and show some love to our Cameroonian sister for a worthy cause.
 Let's promote this movie that carries a strong message against this practice that has plagued our society, let's trend #KOD!!

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  1. Thanks Glow monat. Team KOD is grateful. One love

  2. From the photos you can tell the event was great. Hope the movie will be interesting as well

    1. Yes it's very interesting! Hope you get to watch it soon , thanks for stopping by :)