CAST & CREW
AGBEKO 'BEX' MORTTY
Aside from playing the lead role in the film,as Producer, Bex played a key role in bringing the concept of Adam The First to life on the screen. He brought his imagination and professionalism to the forefront while working on this production and in many ways, is the sole reason why the project got off the ground.
M. Sayibu conceptualized, wrote and directed Adam The First. In collaboration with Bex, the vision to tell a different kind of African story was ultimately achieved under his helm.
SALAH KWEKU KALMONI
In all endeavors, at some point, the issue of finance comes up. Believing in the vision and trusting in the abilities of the team, Mr Sala Kalmoni promptly backed the project ensuring that the essential tools needed to tell such an ambitious story, were available as well as his immensely helpful advice in the process of making the project.
While searching for the right performer to bring Bintu to life, Naa Ashorkor rose above the rest in her dedication to her craft and determination to get the character right, going as far as taking fighting lessons to prepare for the part before she was officially cast. On set, she brought an electric and contagious vibe of positivity and was a light to all the crew and cast.
U800 (MOTION CAPTURE)
To bring U800 to life, a search began for an actor who would embody the menace and precise movements of the android villain and Majeed Suhuyini landed the role.
Samira Suhuyini brought her delightful personality and creative mindset with her each and every day, helping to set the collaborative tone throughout the duration of her time on the project playing Atia.