Citronier-born actress completes second film in Jamaica

Germina Jno-Baptiste in Possessed, her second film for Collywood

Germina Jno-Baptiste is fast becoming hot property for the Collywood film production company based in Jamaica and Africa Uganda.

Germina, born in Citronier Dominica, has started to create headlines in Jamaica and around the Caribbean as her debut film Hated 2 Death is due to be premiered on the 2nd July 2011 in Jamaica,  just  2 weeks away, and then onto Dominica.

Miss Jno-Baptiste has also just completed another movie called “Possessed” where she stars in another leading role as a mother of a child who is Possessed by demons.

Germina already has a line of companies who want to use her to endorse their products. Due to work commitment Collywood is keeping her focused, the company wants her to concentrate on touring and promoting the movies throughout the Caribbean and Africa.

“Possessed” will be the first supernatural horror movie to come out of Jamaica. “ This movie has been a learning curb for me as an actress, just like Hated 2 Death,” Germina said.  “I had to push myself and find certain emotions for certain scenes to work. My director Junior Hart really push me to find emotions that I never thought I had.”

Collywood will be touring around the Caribbean where Hated 2 Death will be the first to go out on the Collywood cinematic tour, followed by Possessed straight after.

Hated 2 Death and Possessed will also be screened at the Arawak House of Culture in Roseau Dominica,  Germina’s home town.

Junior Hart the CEO of Collywood will be looking to push Germina throughout the Caribbean and then embark on a tour of Africa where he is confident that Africa will love her and the Collywood movies.

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19 Comments

  1. Clayton FELIX
    October 16, 2015

    To answer the question of why do Dominicans excel outside of Dominica. I will answer that question this way. Some of us take our simple but sound upbringing for granted not realizing that our environment we are brought up in Dominica prepares us for the challenges out there in the world and when we are exposed to those challenges we are prepared and excel at them.
    Bravo for the upbringing in Dominica.
    We are not as developed as the other countries but our parents and extended families do a great Job.

  2. its a no no thing
    June 22, 2011

    why is it that no one realize that only when we leave this country we excel?? And why is it that Dominica always take credit for what this people go overseas and accomplish is they was here no one would acknowledge their talent so head of government get up and realize you people have no part to play in the empowerment of your own people, get up and start doing something. its just like a father who never fed a child but when the child start doing something good in life they are frist to say look their child , sakwaygas shame on allu

    • Ice
      June 30, 2011

      So what are you saying is that when Dominicans go abroad and they make it big our Media should not recognize them ? should we as Dominicans not congratulate them and be proud of them. If we can leave for better opportunities in more developed countries and make something of ourselves should our countrymen not be proud of us. Had she committed a crime somewhere we would have to handle the shame just the same way. Tell me “its a no no thing” I would like to find out from you, should we be proud or not be proud of this young lady ? Should we ignore everything Dominican about her or should we call her Jamaican or British
      or some othercan ? Sakwaygas I say shame on you :mrgreen:

  3. anonymous
    June 18, 2011

    I went to newtown primary school with that girl.CONGRATULATIONS.

  4. J
    June 17, 2011

    I’m so proud of u Germina. doing the damn thing girl. Amazinggg.. Gods Blessings!!!

  5. nuts
    June 17, 2011

    Ok DNO… u dont have anything better to do! Same story over and over again!

    • Renkman
      June 17, 2011

      NUTS…YOU HAVE THE RIGHT NAME “NUTS” HOW CAN U SAY ITS THE SAME STORY, IT SEEMS U CAN’T READ MAN OR WOMAN. IT’S IDIOTS LIKE U WHY OUR PEOPLE CAN’T ADVANCE. AS FAR AS I CAN SEE THERE WHERE 3 SEPERATE STORY ON ONE PERSON. IDIOT.

      • nuts
        June 21, 2011

        and its idiots like you who fail english.

        where or were?

        damn ass

    • Renkman
      June 17, 2011

      I had to re address this NUTS person. I came on DNO and congrats you for supporting this exciting thing that is going on for Dominica movie industry. Everybody except this fool come and spreading his slavery crab in the barrel mentality. GET A LIFE AND GO BACK TO YOU SPLIFF OR RUM….YOU CERTAINLY PICK THE RIGHT NAME NUTS. BIG UP DNO AND KEEP UP THE WONDERFUL WORK IN SUPPORTING DOMINICA CULTURE.

      • nuts
        June 21, 2011

        to hell with u renkman

        is it you alone that allowed to have a slavery and crab in the barrel mentality?

  6. June 17, 2011

    CONGRATS and big up to a Dominican talent

  7. Renkman
    June 17, 2011

    I have found out today that Germina Company will be releasing an exclusive interview of her soon. Soon as I get any info I will holla Alyuh. I am sure they will post it anyway.
    Peace

  8. Anonymous
    June 17, 2011

    Congrate, proud of you. Sell u name & Country. u going to be big girl.

  9. Anonymous
    June 17, 2011

    You go J all the best and keeping up the Good work

  10. Renkman
    June 17, 2011

    Did gal is da bomb. I have just returned from Jamaica and saw the HATED 2 DEATH at a press viewing in Blackriver. Our girl Germina plays her part so well I was blwn away with the level of acting. Without giving too much away, I think people going to flock to see this film in Dominica when it arrives. I will keep Alyuh posted as I am becoming the number 1 fan. Love it love it!

  11. Piper
    June 17, 2011

    Before alyuh dump on the ADMIN, this is a press release.

  12. charmed
    June 17, 2011

    can’t wait for the premiere here!!!! :lol: :-P

    please find more info as to the date and the price. please DNO

  13. Anonymous
    June 17, 2011

    Congrats my girl keep making us and yourself proud ………….next is holly wood ……….watch Angella jolie

  14. Kb lyric
    June 17, 2011

    Keep on doing you thing

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