Contact Address Details:
Vinasha Productions Gambia Co. Ltd.
56 Sait Matty Road
Bakau (Near African Village)
PO BOX 911 Banjul
The Gambia, West Africa
Tel no: +220 4495 189
Digital Post Production
Digital Video Production
DVD Authoring & Copying
Media Planning & Buying
Sound Track Production
Productions Limited is an independent film producer and media
consultancy company. It describes itself as the "Birthplace
of Gambian Cinema" in the country's nascent movie industry.
This is to a large extent true as they have had over 10 years
of local broadcasting production with numerous credits to
their name. However, much of that production is in the form
of videos for the retail market. This is due to the dearth
of cinemas in The Gambia.
The company is also among the leading media consultants, planning,
purchasing and advertising agencies, and continues to provide
Total Media Solutions to major institutions in The Gambia.
Some of these organisations are
Standard Chartered Bank, Gamtel, Gamstar Insurance, Shell,
Concern Universal, Punjabi Trading and Trust Bank Ltd.,
to name but a few.
In 2007 they signed a 2-year broadcast contract with GRTS.
Among their catalogue are:-
the mini series "Banjul Cops: Chasing Manhood" 2003
starring the crime-fighting duo of Modou Musa Ceesay and Babette
Lind. The film was The Gambias first ever TV detective series.
"Arrou" Prevention - starring: Modou Musa Ceesay,
Awa Gassama, Alagie Saihou Saar, Habibatou Jallow.
"Amm Sahout" Nothing Lasts Forever - starring
Modou Musa Ceesay, Awa Gassama and Mamie Jeng.
"Lou Waay Def" Whatever One Does
"Sounds of the Smiling Coast"
"Battle of Sankandi"
- Period drama based on a true story
The film "Arrou", above, was the Winner of the 1996
African Movie Academy
"Best Contribution to African Film and TV Development".
In 2006 the consultancy firm won the African Movie Academy
Awards (AMAA) for the Best Contribution to Film Development
held in Nigeria.
Productions continues to develop, produce and co-produce a
number of exciting Film, TV and Audio Visual projects in Gambia.