Thursday, 29 December 2011


Majid Michel displaying his award at the ceremony

Ghanaian actor Majid Michel made history on Christmas Day, December 25, when he became the only Ghanaian actor to have picked two awards at this year’s prestigious Ghana Movie Awards held at the Accra International Conference Centre.

Majid retained the Best Actor in Lead Role (English Language) award with the Frank Rajah-directed ‘Somewhere In Africa’.
He also won Best Actor In Supporting Role (English Language) for the same movie.
Majid’s award saved the faces of the ‘old boys’, as apart from him, none of his contemporaries grabbed an award on the night. There was absolutely no show for last year’s Best Actor In Supporting Role winner John Dumelo, Van Vicker, Chris Attoh, and Adjetey Anang, among others.
Also missing in action were the 2010 Favourite Actress Yvonne Nelson, 2011 African Movie Academy Best Actress Ama K. Abebrese, Jackie Appiah, Juliet Ibrahim, Lydia Forson and Yvonne Okoro.
Leila Djansi receiving one of her awards
However ace comedian Funny Face made a debut appearance, receiving an award. He picked an award for Best Actor TV Series, for his role in ‘Chorkor Trotro,’ and Best TV series category on behalf of the producer.
Hollywood actress Kimberly Elise also made it as the first Black American actress to pick an award in Ghana. She won Best Actress In Lead Role for the movie ‘Ties That Bind’.
Hollywood standard film ‘The Dead’ actor, Prince David Osei and sexy actress Martha Ankomah were adjudged Favourite Actor and Actress of the year respectively.
Agya Koo also retained Best Actor in Lead (Local Language) with the movie ‘Agenkwah’, while Kwaku Manu beat Mzbel (Single Six), Jasmine Baroudi (Adams Apple), Ama K. Abebrese (Ties That Bind) and James Gardiner (CEO) to win the discovery of the year award.
Nadia Buari was not there to pick her Best Actress In Supporting Role award just as Omotola Jalade, who won Best Actress, African Collaboration, with the film ‘Ties That Bind’.
Ramsey Nouah won Best Actor, African Collaboration, while senior actor Olu Jacobs was honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award alongside Super OD, Grace Omaboe, William Addo, Late Sam Loco and Patience Ozokwor
Also what started like a competition between two top female directors, Leila Djansi and Shirley Frimpong Manso at the awards night came to a halt after Leila’s ‘Ties That Bind’ picked 9 awards, including the top most award, Best Picture.
Both Leila Djansi and Shirley Frimpong Manso, topped this year’s awards recipients with nine awards for Leila and five awards for Shirley.
The ceremony which was hosted by TV Newscaster Nana Aba Anamoah and Sport Journalist Nathaniel Attoh, was organised on Christmas Day, December 25 by G.P Limited, in collaboration with Multi TV’s Cine AFRIK Channel and Film Producers Association of Ghana to honour excellence in Ghana’s movie industry and beyond.
It hosted a plethora of stars. Among them were Desmond Elliot, Ramsey Nouah, Segun Arinze, and Olu Jacobs from Nigeria. From Ghana were veteran actor Super OD, Idikoko, Selassie Ibrahim, Yvonne Nelson, Jackie Appiah, Van Vicker, Rose Mensah aka Kyeiwaa, Nana Ama McBrown and others.
Described as a ‘night of tuxedos’, the ceremony began with a red carpet splendour. There were also enthralling performances by Mzbel, R&M group and Nana Boroo.
Local Twi actress Kyeiwaa spiced up the show with her dance steps and English which suffered a lot of grammatical errors, just as Joseph Osei aka Wayosi did during his acceptance speech when he picked the Best Actor In Supporting Role (Local Language).
Founder’s Merit Award, which was to give out two Kia Rio cars to two stars, was postponed to two weeks, after the main awards ceremony. Organisers are yet announce the winners for that category.



Below are the winners of this year’s Ghana Movie Awards

Best Actor In Leading Role (English Language)
Majid Michel

Best Actress In Leading Role (English Language)
Kimberly Elise (Ties That Bind)

Best Actor In Leading Role (Local Language)
Agya Koo (Agyenkwa)

Best Actress In Leading Role (Local Language)
Vivian Jill

Best Actor In Supporting Role (English Language)
Majid Michel

Best Actress In Supporting Role (English Language)
 Nadia Buari (Who Owns Da City)

Best Actor In Supporting Role (Local Language)
Joseph Osei (Osofo Amoako)

Best Actress In Supporting Role (Local Language)
Kyeiwaa

Best Cameo Actor
Kofi Adjorlolo (Somewhere In Africa)

Best Cameo Best Actress
Grace Nortey (Adams Apples)

Best Discovery
Kwaku Manu

Best Story
Adams Apples

Original Screenplay
Adams Apples

Best Arts Direction
Ties That Bind

Best Make up
Adams Apples

Best Cinematography
Ties That Bind

Best Visual Effect
 Graveyard

Best Editing
Ties That Bind

Best Sound Editing & Mixing
Ties That Bind

Best Music Original Song
Agya Koo Gbegbentus

Best Music Original Score
Adams Apples

Best Directing Local Language
Augustine Abbey (Agya Koo Gbengbentus)

Best Directing English Language
Leila Djansi (Ties That Bind)

Best Picture
Ties That Bind

Best Movie Africa Collaboration
Ties That Bind

Best Actor Africa Collaboration
Ramsey Noah (Memories Of My Heart)

Best Actress, African Collaboration
Omotola Jalade (Ties That Bind)

Best Costume & Wardrobe
Samira Yakubu (Queens Pride)

Lifetime Achievement Award
Olu Jacobs
Super OD
Grace Omaboe
William Addo
Patience Ozokwor
Late Sam Loco

Best Actor TV series
Funny Face

Best Actress TV series
Auntie B (Efiewura)

Favourite Ghanaian Actress
Martha Ankoma

Favourite Ghanaian Actor
Prince David Osei

Favourite Ghanaian TV series
Chorkor Trotro




Wednesday, 21 December 2011



It is some few days more to the Ghana Movie Awards, a platform to honour excellence in Ghana’s film industry.
Currently, movie enthusiasts are waiting patiently to see which stars and movies will grab awards.
The award is scheduled to take place on December 25 at the Accra International Conference Centre.
Latest reports say organizers are not relenting on the dress code rumoured some months ago that actors and journalists must wear tuxedos or African prints. Anybody who refuses the order may have to stay home and watch the award via the silver screens. Meanwhile, movie stars are reportedly shopping ahead of the ceremony. While some have already finished shopping for the Christmas festivities, others are now beginning.



Ties That Bind,’ a movie directed by Leila Djansi, topped this year’s Ghana Movie Awards nomination with a total of 21 nods including Best Picture, Best Story and Best Editing.
Director Shirley Frimpong Manso’s ‘Adams Apples’ series came close with 20 nominations while Frank Raja’s ‘Somewhere in Africa’ followed with 14. 
Shirley as a producer is ahead of the entire nominations with 24 nominations for 5 movies- ‘Adams Apples 1, 2, 3, 4’ and ‘6 Hours To Christmas’.
‘6Hours To Christmas’ got three nods- Best Actor Leading (Christ Attoh), Best African Movie Collaboration and Best Actress African Collaboration (Damilola Adegbeti).
Other movies that got nominations include ‘4play Reloaded’, ‘Masquerader’, ‘Single Six’,’ Bed of Roses’, ‘Why Marry’ and ‘Grave Yard’.
Actors Chris Attoh, Yvonne Nelson, Lydia Forson, Ama K Abebrese, Omotola Jalade, Kimberly Elise, John Dumelo, Majid Michel, Rahim Banda, Eddie Nartey among others, were all nominated.
The awards, organized by G.P Limited, in collaboration with Multi TV’s Cine AFRIK Channel and Film Producers Association of Ghana, is to honor and recognize talents in Ghana’s improving film industry.
Supported by Lufthansa Airlines, Golden Tulip Hotel (Accra, Kumasi & Lagos), United Airlines and Brussels Airlines, it promises to be exciting and one of a kind as well as an improvement on the previous event. 

credit: NEWS-ONE

Monday, 19 December 2011

From right was Roselyn, Yvonne, Nikki and Halima
 Star actress Luckie Lawson made history for herself with a successful executive premiere of her second produced movie, ‘Familiar Strangers’, on Saturday evening at the plush Maya Cova restaurant, behind Manye Home Art Gallery in La.    
It was an exciting event which brought together the corporate world and kings and queens of Ghana and Nigeria’s movie industries together.
Among movie stars were Yvonne Nelson, Juliet Ibrahim, Nikki Samonas, Zynnell Lydia Zuh and Kobi Rana.
Nollywood’s Halima Abubakar and Scott Robert were also present, even though Chika Ike and Yemi Blaq could not make it.
Nana Ama McBrown, Prince David Osei, Roselyn Ngissah and others who formed the cast were also there. However, John Dumelo, who played the lead, was missing in action.
Other celebrities were Wutah Kobby, Nigerian singer Riya, Rana and Nasara of Ghana’s Most Beautiful.
Hon. Nana Akomea, the MP for Okaikoi South, and international soccer star Samuel Inkoom also graced the event with their presence.             

Prince Tometi, Amanda, Nana Ama McBrown and Prince David
Nana Akomea

Robert Scott

Luckie Lawson

Dancers during the night

Roselyn Ngissah

Yvonne Nelson

Pascal Amanfo

Chichi Neblette

Halima Abubakar

Riya

Nana Ama McBrown

Prince David





This is the second time Lawson has organized an executive premiere for her movie. The first was for ‘Silence is Golden’, starring Ramsey Nouah and Chika Ike.
During the ceremony, exercise books with the actress’s pictures on the cover pages were auctioned to raise funds for her foundation.
Rana and Wutah Kobby
The new movie was directed by Pascal Amanfo and was shot at locations in Spintex.
Guests enjoyed the movie which is about the unusual tale of three sisters, played by Luckie, Nana Ama and Roslyn, who are caught in a world of deceit, strange living and betrayal.  
Luckie Lawson played ‘Wande’, a doctor with no child, even though she loved kids. On other hand, her sister, (Nana Ama McBrown) who prioritizes sex over her kid, has no time for her own child.
A section of guests
Wande takes up the responsibility of taking care of her sister’s child and that of Roslyn’s. One of the two irresponsible mothers decides to kill one of the kids and it was at this same time that Wande finds out that her sisters’ kids are rather her step-children. After the movie ended, the audience could not help clapping for a job well done.

Credit: NEWS-ONE

Adjetey, Lydia Forson & Senanu
The much-awaited premiere of ‘Masquerades’ took place at the Silverbird Cinema in Accra on Friday.
The premiere attracted a lot of movie fans who came to enjoy the movie from the Silverbird giant screens.
The main cast, Lydia Forson, Adjetey Anang and Senanu Gbedawo, were there to take pictures with their fans and also grant interviews with the press.
Though NEWS-ONE was told Desmond was going to be there, he did not show up. Katawere was also missing in action. 
‘Masquerades’, directed by Belgian Xavier Arijs, was the last movie Ghana’s late cinematographer, Bob J, worked on before his untimely death.
It is a 70-minute comedy produced by Zedec Entertainment and sponsored by rLG communications.
The story was by Lydia Forson and Habiba Nelson, CEO of Zedec Entertainment, while screenplay was by David Ammah.
Everything about the movie is unique movie, especially the cast.  The movie is a hilarious family comedy that explores today’s contemporary family life during Christmas. It tells the story of family members who are forced to come home, as a result of the death of their uncle, for their first Christmas together after several years apart.
As the funeral expenses pile up and in pursuit of social status, each family member is determined to maintain a lifestyle that will complement how rich they claim to be.
Movie enthusiasts had the opportunity to uncover the entire story last Friday. For those who didn’t see it, it will continue screening for a few more days.



















Actress Nikki Samonas was caught on camera with famous Hollywood jewelry designer, Chris Aire.
Aire and Samonas looked good together in the photos.
Aire is an American jeweler, popularly known as ‘King of Blings’.
A graduate of Gemological Institute of America (GIA), he has been designing innovative and urban-style diamond jewelry for more than 21 years.
With a client list that includes Cedric the Entertainer, Adrien Brody, Jamie Foxx, Angelina Jolie, Eva Longoria, Halle Berry, Clint Eastwood, Will Smith, he was the first jewelry designer to showcase diamonds at New York Fashion Week.
His cutting edge designs are known for their creativity and craftsmanship, earning the Nigerian-born designer such monikers as the ‘Emperor of Ice’ and ‘The Ice Man’.
He has been featured in USA Today, Rolling Stone, Newsday, Robb Report, AOL's Black Voices and Vogue Japan.
Nikki on the other hand is a prolific Ghanaian actress with a lot of movies to her credit. She is known for her roles in ‘Beyonce 1&2’, ‘War of Roses’, ‘Desperate Measures’, ‘Deadly Obsession’, ‘Pretty Queen’, ‘Wrong line’, ‘DNA Test’, ‘Red Label’, and more.
Currently, the former student of Kwame Nkrumah University and Science and Technology and a model is one of the hottest actresses around.
It is unclear what brought the two together, however source said the photos were captured outside Ghana less than a month ago.



Ebbe Bassey, Kimberly Elise, Ama K, & Omotola while filming in Ghana
Nollywood actress Omotola Jalade Ekeinde has pulled a surprise by speaking Twi and Ga-Adangme in Leila Djansi’s film, ‘Ties That Bind’.
The film is scheduled for a grand red carpet premiere on December 30, at the National Theatre in Accra, with more surprises. There will also be a premiere on the same day in Kumasi.
Many did not believe Omotola could speak Twi and Ga, but that was just the tip of the iceberg as regards the use of local dialects in the new film which was screened for Ghanaian media last Friday.
Hollywood trained Ghanaian director, Leila Djansi gave the lead cast, comprising Ama K Abebrese, Omotola, Ebbe Bassey and Kimberly Elise, a daunting task of getting themselves acquainted with Twi,  Ga or Krobo. 
Even though they struggled with their lines in local dialects, the world-class actresses made the movie exciting.
Leila said the dialects were necessary as they added authenticity, flavor and texture to the movie. She also said she wanted to shoot the movie in Ga, adding however that she had to consider the diverse movie market.
“If I had a choice I would have shot the entire movie in Ga but then again you are trying to sell the movie to a diverse market…language at time limits the market you know. The texture was interjecting,” she stated.
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Friday, 16 December 2011


Barely a month after his pal Aki tied the nuptial knot, Nollywood reports say Osita Iheme has also found love and may be heading for the altar very soon. 
Pawpaw in Ghana
Many thought that the diminutive duo couldn’t get women to marry due to their sizes. But it is now obvious that getting a woman to marry goes beyond height.
After Aki’s marriage, questions were raised about when his friend Pawpaw will also marry.
Nigeriafilms.com reported that Pawpaw was so happy for Aki’s decision to marry and added that he had equally found love.
But when pressed to reveal the identity of the woman rocking his world, he declined to comment. He rather appealed to us to be patient.
I am in serious relationship,” was all he said.
Osita is arguably one of the best actors in Nollywood. He is widely known for playing the role of ‘Pawpaw’ in the film ‘Aki na Ukwa’, alongside Chinedu Ikedieze. 
In 2007, Osita received the Lifetime Achievement Award at the African Movie Academy Awards.  He is considered one of Nigeria’s most famous actors.
Aki and wife
Recently, he was awarded the Nigeria National Honour of Member of the Order of the Federal Republic (MFR).
It’s exciting and great to be so chosen amongst millions of eminent Nigerians. When I missed it last year, I told people my own is coming. And finally it’s here. So, I am so, so happy. I thank President Goodluck Jonathan for his honour. I promise I won’t disappoint. It’s now Aki and Pawpaw MFR. God is the greatest,” he recently said about the award.
Credited with over 100 movies, and on high demand as a performing artiste, Pawpaw is one of the richest actors in Nollywood. He lives in an estate in Ogba, Ikeja axis of Lagos while he and Chinedu (Aki) are building a twin duplex in Lagos. Both have also completed their buildings in Aba, Enyimba City, Abia State.


Credit: NEWS-ONE




Several months after he refused to comment about rape allegations leveled against him some time this year, Ghanaian rapper Asem, born Nana Wiafe Asante Mensah, has finally replied critics via his new single titled ‘Last Song’, produced by Magnom.
The song’s lyrics tried to tackle the problems that he went through the year, from rape allegations and his GLO deal to his issues with Lynx Entertainment.
The song, he said, was his last for the year 2011, labeling the year as tough for him.
Its lyrics spoke about how he was not afraid of certain people who wanted to take his shine away from him. He also took some time to describe his kind of women, possibly trying to hint that the girl in the rape brouhaha was not his type.
“I like girl wey dey shoto with glory, independent girls with their bottom glory,” he rapped.
“If I didn’t say it they say I say it. I didn’t rape, they say I raped. They get like I stop singing. But because of GLO, I’m satisfied. This be the last song of the year, so lend me your ears. I know year you have been waiting for this.”
Sometime this year, the hip-hop musician allegedly drugged, raped and impregnated a teenage girl.
The girl’s name was given simply as Queenie and her real age remains a mystery. She claimed to be 17 but her mother swore heaven and earth she was 15.
The matter got complicated as both daughter and mother said the pregnancy had been aborted and that the alleged rape happened last year but no police report was made.
Asem flatly denied all three allegations but said he would not pass comments on it publicly because his management intended taking a legal action against his accusers.
Not long after, Asem parted ways with Lynx Entertainment to form his record label.
Asem is a product of the Ghana Institute of Journalism and had his secondary education at St. Peter’s Senior High School.
He is currently one of the best artistes that Lynx Entertainment ever recorded and is best remembered for hit songs like ‘Give Me Blow’, ‘2010 Filla’, ‘Wu B3 Da Ntem’, ‘No More Kpayor’, ‘School De Be’ and ‘Pigaro’.



Veteran actor Kojo Dadson has called the bluff of hip life ‘grand papa’, Reggie Rockstone in his latest single which dares a lot more young and current rappers to watch out for him.
Dadson, who now calls himself Dr. Love, appears to be young at heart and full of youthful exuberance.
He has, in the new single titled ‘Ma rap-eaa rap-eaa’, stated clearly that he started rapping way back before Rockstone started rapping.
He also mentioned Akyeame, made up of Okyeame Quophi and Okyeame Kwame, as one of the rappers he started rapping ahead of.
The new song basically explains how he struggled with a music career back in the days and alluded to how his first demo in 1990 was rejected by producers.
The interesting part was when he said that he was sure of good songs but was only looking for a good sound engineer to record those hits for him.
It is not clear if Rockstone and other rappers have listened to the song.
Dadson is about to start a promotional drive on radio and TV stations across the country.
The song, reports said, would come with a funky video which would be on television for viewers.
Dadson, a former student of St Augustine’s College, is an actor and a musician. He started acting during the days of ‘Thursday Theatre’ and played a significant role in Village Communication’s ‘Number 5 Kotokuraba Street.’
He also played an integral part in ‘Sun City’ before Revele films introduced ‘Home Sweet Home” which made him very popular.
He also featured in international award-winning movie ‘Run Baby Run’ and other TV series like ‘Hotel St. and old time movie like ‘Love Brewed In African Pot.’ 
His stint with music begun long ago but it was made official in 2009 after he released the album, ‘Who Is Ghana?
NEWS-ONE is yet to confirm claims that Spectrum Films, producers of Ghanaian ‘Flash Fever’, headed by Emmanuel Boamah, is the brain behind his new single.

Credit:  Francis NEWS-ONE

Wednesday, 14 December 2011

Yaw Sekyi, Rahim Banda and Bandex


Ahmed Banda, popularly known as Bandex, the father of Ghana’s exceptional child star Rahim Banda, has reacted to critics’ argument that his son should not have been nominated in the category he found himself on this year’s Ghana Movie Awards (GMA)’s nomination list.
Rahim, 11, was nominated for his role in Bandex’s movie titled, ‘Behind The Mask’, for Best Actor In Leading Role category, alongside top actor Majid Michel, Van Vicker, Chris Attoh and Samuel Ofori.
Rahim Banda
But critics say Best Child Actor category should have been created for Rahim and other children to compete.   
However, Bandex thinks otherwise because, according to him, his son had done what adults did.
“That is why you are here to watch the movie. If a child did what a grown up person can do, which category do you want them to put that child? I don’t think it is wrong to put him in a lead role. I won’t say he did well, maybe you will say he did well because as I said no one can say I have given birth to an ugly baby child. Everybody’s baby is a bouncing baby. So if you asked me, I will say the movie is excellent. So it is up to you to describe how the movie is and put the movie into the position that you feel to put it,” he told NEWS-ONE in an exclusive interview.
“Even getting the nomination is an honour. One should not go beyond this and say I am eager to go and get the crown. The nomination is good for me.  I can say this is the first time you see a child like him nominated in a lead role among top actors like Majid Michel and co,” he added.
Last Friday, Bandex premiered ‘Behind The Mask’ which stars Nadia Buari, Kalsume Sinare, Prince David Osei and a number of others at the Glow Lamp International School where Rahim schools.
Pupils of the school were given the opportunity to see the movie before it officially comes out.
Bandex said his son requested that he premier the movie in his school for his mates and teachers. The children screamed at some of the exciting performances Rahim put up in the movie. Some of them who spoke to NEWS-ONE said they wished they got Rahim’s opportunity.
Bandex however claims he doesn’t force his son to act if he does not want to.
“I don’t want to control him. He will decide what to do. Even now, I don’t control him. He is having a script now and he is not ready to do it because he is always in the house playing games. So I don’t stretch him to what I want as far shooting movies are concerned. He has the script and in his own time he will decide to shoot.”
Also considering what fame could do to a boy like Rahim, Bandex said, “I am giving him a different exposure that will not make him feel like he is a star. You are aware he started 2 years ago and he is still who he is; like his father. I don’t brag and there is no way I will allow my son do that. I always advice him that he is not a star, so don’t try to be like a star.  I always advice him to do positive things and not let fame get to his head.”


Eddie Watson with the children  and officials of the Orphanage

Liberian born Ghanaian actor Eddie Watson has stretched a hand of benevolence to children at New Life Orphanage International at Nungua, a suburb of Accra.
The fine actor offered to sponsor a year’s fees of one of the orphans, Emily Quaye, a student of Armed Forces Senior High School.
He also made a donation of items worth over GH¢1200 to the orphans, on behalf of Next Media Concept & Afrodiva Entertainment, which he is signed to.
Among the items were clothes, shoes, sandals and drinks, with meals sponsored by Chicken Republic. He also added a cash amount of GH¢500. After the donation at the orphanage, Next Media Concept and Afrodiva Entertainment organized a fun trip for the children to the Sajuna Beach Resort at Atimpoku.
Speaking at the donation ceremony Eddie Watson said giving to underprivileged persons was one of his and his management’s core values.
He promised that the donation would not be their last, adding that he would encourage his fellow actors and other celebrities and philanthropists to come to their aid.
CEO of the home, Cephas Afotey, took Eddie, his management team and the media on a tour of the orphanage.
He said the orphanage had been in existence for about 12 years and had over 44 children at the home.
The main reason for establishing the orphanage, he revealed, was to get orphans off the street and give them some level of education.
Currently, he said, transport, water and getting the children education were some of the challenges they had to deal with.
“It has not been easy. We don’t have sponsors. We don’t have NGOs supporting us. But this work has increased my faith in the Lord. If we don’t have anything, we called the children and we pray and before we see God answers our prayers. We have a lot of challenges. One is the means of transport, water is also a problem. We want a borehole. We need education materials as well and how to pay teachers. We pay not less than GH¢1500 a month, meanwhile we don’t have an organization giving us money where we budget but every day we trust in God,” he added.

Desmond Elliot

Top Nollywood star Desmond Elliot touched down at the Kotoka International Airport Tuesday , ahead of the much anticipated premiere of his latest movie in Ghana titled, ‘Masquerades’, starring co-rLG ambassador, Lydia Forson.
‘Masquerades’, described as a family comedy, also features top actors Katawere, Adjetey Anang, Senanu Gbedawo and a number of others.
The movie will premiere Friday night at the Silverbird Cinema in Accra.
The Nollywood actor is purposely in town for the red carpet premiere which is anticipated to gather a number of other top actors and celebrities in Ghana.
‘Masquerades’, directed by Belgian Xavier Arijs, was the last movie Ghana’s late cinematographer, Bob J, worked on before his untimely death. It is a 70-minute comedy produced by Zedec Entertainment and sponsored by rLG communications.
The story was by Lydia Forson and Habiba Nelson, CEO of Zedec Entertainment, while screenplay was by David Ammah.
Desmond played some interesting roles in the movie and fans must meet him on Friday at the Silverbird Cinema to see the movie together.  

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