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Felix Evicted From "The Challenge"
 
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27-Nov-2012  
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The film task saw the challengers doing a ten minutes audio visual film on the traffic situation in Ghana.

They were given a short training in film and documentary production by Ivan Quashigah to equip them produce an effective documentary.

The challengers met with the board members to review their documentary. Both groups did incredibly well since it was their first time trying their hands on a documentary production. the two groups were Impact Pictures Production and Probe Production.

The two groups did a ten minutes audio visual looking at the traffic situation in Accra, it causes and effects on the people of Accra, what measures are the authorities putting in place to solve this menace and even spoke to tourists and investors on how the traffic situation affects them also.

It was evident that the board members were well impressed with the documentary by the Probe Production which had Hackman, Sharon, Samad and Prince were awarded the winner of the film task. Impact Picture Production which had Felix, Efua, Emma and Selassie took the hot seats and answered questions from the board as to why they could not execute an excellent documentary.

The board could not choose the weakest link amongst them had to rely on the public votes and saw Felix exiting the competition. The task for the challengers would be to bring out their creativity side and produce an art work that will depict the tag line of tigo, smile you’ve got tigo.

Watch the creativity side of the challengers on GhOne this Sunday at 3.30pm and on GTV at 9.30pm. The Challenge is a British Council initiative and sponsored by Tigo, smile you’ve got tigo and Vitamilk and supported by IPMC, Databank, EPP Books services and Beige Capital.
 
 
 
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