COMING SOON!!!!
JOLLYWOOD Jamaica presents EXHIBITION 97 'People, Places & Culture'
Jamaica's longest sidewalk Exhibition. 100 JOLLYWOOD creatively designed Magazine
covers will be on display. 1 Mile long!!


JOLLYWOOD Film - THE AFFAIR "This House Is Not A Home" (Teaser)


JOLLYWOOD Jamaica 'ENTREPRENEUR' Magazine.
Acknowledge. Celebrate. Highlight. Promote. Jamaican entrepreneurs.



JOLLYWOOD Jamaica 'PAPARAZZI' Weekly Magazine.
Capturing the everyday life of Jamaicans in Entertainment
Aspiring actress Angela Yap Chung was SPOTTED in New Kingston after her shoot at
PLANET JOLLYWOOD MOVIE THEATRE & MUSUEM.


JOLLYWOOD 'TALENT' Magazine.
Highlighting Jamaican Models, Fashion Designers, Makeup Artist, Dancers,
Singers & Talent Agents

A WINKLE in TIME (Part 1)
Her name is Tajha Winkle, a Jamaican illustrator and 2D animator with a love for nature,
and curiosity about human condition. "I create illustrations for picture, books, realistic and cartoon
portraits, Visual Development art and 2D animations.

Her facination with using art to tell stories began in childhood. She was fortunate enough
to be placed at a prep school where the arts were held in high regard and with teachers that
nourished her imagination. That facination followed her into her teen years and with the
help of dedicated art teachers, blossmed further into a career during early adulthood.


JOLLYWOOD Jamaica's TEENWood Magazine.
Inspire teen Boys and Girls throught mentorship from persons in the
Creative Industry. CREATE INSPIRE MOTIVATE.

A WINKLE in TIME (Part 2)
In 2021, she graduated from the University of the West Indies with a BFA in Animation.
Winkle balanced being a student, a freelance artist, President of the Digital Media and Animation
Club and volunteering. She completed a mural at The Holywell gift Centre in 2020, marked the
transition period between her life as an artist immersed in nature and an art that hasd to
happen mostly online.

At the heart of any animation is a good story, so she took it upon herself to reawaken her
love of literature and sharpen her skills. As a result she was awarded the Brodber/Pollard Prize
for creative writing in 2021 from the University of the West Indies.



JOLLYWOOD Jamaica's PORTRAITS Magazine.
Highlighting & Celebrating the many faces of JAMAICA through Photos.

A WINKLE in TIME (Part 3)
She had the pleasure of completing an animated short alongside animators George Hay
and Chevon Erving about the number 8 for Sesame Workshop that incorporated the West Indians
Manatee (aired on HBO MAX March 31, 2022). Her most recent pride is being awarded with
the CATAPULT Art Grant by the Kingston Creative and American Friends of Jamaica, in 2022.

"You can always find me busy working on exciting art projects or feeding wild birds in my
garden, cup of tea in hand"
- TAJHA WINKLE



JOLLYWOOD Jamaica's TASTE Magazine.
Highlighting & Celebrating The Different Types of JAMAICAN Food.
"If We Love It, You Will Too"


JOLLYWOOD Jamaica's PORTRAITS Magazine.
Highlighting & Celebrating the many faces of JAMAICA through Photos.


JOLLYWOOD Jamaica's PREGNANCY Magazine>
Celebrating the joy of Motherhood & Parenting.




JOLLYWOOD 'TALENT' Magazine.
Highlighting Jamaican Models, Fashion Designers, Makeup Artist, Dancers,
Singers & Talent Agents

Meet Natlie Campbell from the community of Sherwood Content, Trelawny. She is a teacher
by profession. Over the years she has been committed to effectively contributing to the
positive growth and holistic development of our nation's children. It's her belief that there is
a difference between being a good teacher and being an effective teacher as
effectiveness lies in the standard that is upheld and the extent to which teachers go to
ensure that the needs of their students are met.

Natlie is a leader at one of the Trelawny 4-H Clubs which aim at making the best better in
every way. Over the years Natlie has been assisting individuals with various writing
pieces including academic papers. In 2019, she entered the Jamaica Cultural
Development Commission (JCDC) Creative Writing competition and won the section
for best intermediate Essayist. In 2021, Natlie re-entered the JCDC Creative
Writing competition in the areas of poems and essays. All nine of her pieces were
recognized along with two of her poems.

She published a book on Amazon with poems entitled 'Knats Poetry Collection'.
She was featured on the Nazzy Creative Chat Show which was aired on Roots 97 FM
where she shared her journey.

Natlie was diagnosed with LUPUS in 2003. She called herself the Lupus Warrior.
"A warrior never gives up and keeps on fighting till the end and that is who I Am."
She is of the view that the greatest glory in living lies not in falling but rising evertime we fall.
"Lupus is a dreaded disease but for me, acceptance is important as I move forward."

"WIth ordinary talent and extraordinary perseverance, all things are attainable. I have come
to realize that people will doubt what you say, talk about how you look but they will
believe in what you do. I stand by the quote of Wayne Dyer who stated 'How people
treat you is their karma, how you react is yours." - Natlie Campbell


JOLLYWOOD 'TALENT' Magazine.
Highlighting Jamaican Models, Fashion Designers, Makeup Artist, Dancers,
Singers & Talent Agents

Born Samuel Carty in Brandon Hill, Clarendon in the 1950's. The youngest of 11 siblings.
Schooledin the same district at pre-primary and primary level, then on to Munro College,
St Elizabeth and Titchfield High and then portland for Secondary education.
His tertiary levels were at Church Teacher'sCollege, Mandeville and UWI, Kingston.

His proclivity to fervent academia, sports, music and the arts in general were found
at these school. Sam is a English Literature major, a composer, stage actor, guitarist,
a vocalist and multilingual. Labelsthat he has recorded with are Dynamic
Sounds owned by Byron Lee, Mr Tipsy owned by Rodguel Sinclair and his own
label Raggae Republic.

He is currently working with Texas based Pinchy Kobi label of Earl Williams,
doing recordings which he voiced in three langueges apart from Jamaican,
English, French and Spanish. Pinchy Kobi being the marketing force. The scope and
success of a song he voiced in Hindi while recording withPerry inspires the
quest to voice in various languages. His track..11th on the album: Nova Classics vol 3
is also a Perry production and it inspires the thrust for markets further afield . >

JOLLYWOOD 'TALENT' Magazine.
Highlighting Jamaican Models, Fashion Designers, Makeup Artist, Dancers,
Singers & Talent Agents.

Shareka Swaby (The Mind Reset Strategist) started studying mindset over 4 years ago.
Her journey begunout of the need to find out why her life was not working out as planned.

Through reading multiple books and lots of introspection, she realized that mindset,
perception and self image were the foundation and core of human achievement, contentment,
joy and fulfilment.

She specialized in belief and alignment, that is clearing limiting beliefs, getting clear on
your visionand getting your mind, body and spirit working together. Her mission is to impact
lives worldwide with tthe message that we all have our own little bit of magic in us and can
do anything we desire with the right concept of ourselves.



Driving from the Airport to the JOLLYWOOD Sign / the JOLLYWOOD Building in
New Kingston, Jamaica. "PEOPLE, PLACES & CULTURE"

Driving To The JOLLYWOOD Sign / JOLLYWOOD Building From Downtown, Kingston Jamaica.
"PEOPLE, PLACES & CULTURE"


Walking To The JOLLYWOOD Sign / the JOLLYWOOD Building
New Kingston, Jamaica.

JOLLYWOOD 'TALENT' Magazine.
Highlighting Jamaican Models, Fashion Designers, Makeup Artist, Dancers,
Singers & Talent Agents.

Mohammed Benkeblia is originally from Algeria and moved to Jamaicain 2017
Ever since he was young, he was outgoing and fearless. Mohammed said he is now
looking to use his talent and character to reach higher grounds. He is ready to take
on any task and work towards achieving his goal. He know he has to start off small,
and have a 'Go Big or Go Home' mindset and personality. Mohammed love
all forms of Entertainment, from comedy to films to theatres to podcasts and radio.

It has always been his dream to be on the screen. He is slowly getting there, and is
ready to put it all in and more to fulfill his dream. He would like to use his future
fame to help the world in some way and help make Jamaica a better place.

"I hope everyone will see the talent and future, and give me a shot! I promise
I will not let them down" - Mohammed


JOLLYWOOD 'LOCAL MOVIE' MAGAZINE.
Featuring Jamaican made film.

BUTTERFLY - 1st 8mins

THE JOLLYWOOD L.I.F.E (Lifestyle Information Fashion Entertainment) Magazine.
Highlighting Jamaican Actors & Film Makers.
Jamaican born Actor WAYNE JOHNSON.
Johnson is set to star in the Kanhai Condison Film, J.E.S.S.I.E.
The J.E.S.S.I.E movie is now in production.

"I would love to use my skills as an actor and hone my craft so I can work professionally.
I like the type of roles given to me so I can bring them to life. Im blessed to be here on the
earth given the fact I was in a bad accident few years ago. I love to binge watch
movies and tv shows. Being an actor you get to learn new things and see how a movie
or tv show gets shot. As a child when school was over I would go to the movies
and watch movies before going home." - Wayne Johnson

JOLLYWOOD 'TALENT' Magazine.
Highlighting Jamaican Models, Fashion Designers, Makeup Artist, Dancers,
Singers & Talent Agents. #009

Nadia is an experience Producer and Production Assistant, and has been in
the Creative Industry for 5 years. Working on many projects in film and
live sets she has added Presenter to her resume as well, she had spent a few
months in 2019 Co- presenting on a program call Up To Di Time at Roots 96.1FM
her first stint at presenting and hopeful to create her own show one day on the radio.

In her earlier years she became Class president, Production Manager of her team
and Valedictorian of a course she did in Film and Production at the
University of The West Indies, under the umbrella of The UWI Film Project.

Later on in her career in 2018, she became Business Development Executive
and subsequently Assistant Producer of a TV Show call THE RELEASE;
this aires on CVM TV a prominent local Channel here in Jamaica.
While working at the TV Company she was given many opportunities to
interact with clients and entrepreneurs within the Creative Industry.
As the Business Development Executive she had to meet with clients
and negotiate package deals on behalf of the TV Company.

In 2020 she persued a course at the Media Technology Institute (MTI);
she studied Techniques in Video Production which she completed
successfully and was the Producer of her team.

Presently she is working as a Presenter on Roots 96.1FM on her own radio
program call Fiwi Chat Wid Nazzy Creative Show, this show highlights
Youths and Creators in the creative industry, sharing core information each Monday.
She also manages a disc Jock and does promotion for young recording artistes.
- Contributor

_________________________________________________________________________________________________

PLANET JOLLYWOOD 'MUSEUM' MAGAZINE.
Featuring memorabilia, artifacts & LIFE SIZE images belonging to
Jamaican Actors + Film Makers. We also store their hand & footprint so
future generations can be inspiried.

JOLLYWOOD Jamaica's PAPARAZZI Magazine capturing the day to day life
of Jamaican Actors,Film Makers, Directors & Entertainers.
"Spot anyone lately?"
We will pay J$1000-$5000 per photo, once we use it.
email: jollywood.jamaica@hotmail.com
SPOTTED!!! SPOTTED!!! SPOTTED!!!
Actor / Director / Talent Agent CORNELIUS GRANT spotted in New Kingston having Lunch.
@corneliusgrantactor / @goodvybzentertainment


JOLLYWOOD 'TALENT' Magazine.
Highlighting Jamaican Models, Fashion Designers, Makeup Artist, Dancers,
Singers & Talent Agents. #008

(Part 1)
Romero Griffiths is 25 years old living in St. Catherine, Jamaica. He attended Edna Manley
College of the Visual and Performing Arts in 2009-2014 where he pursuit a Bachelor in fine arts, but
circumstances beyond his control forced him to stop. During his little time at Edna Manley he
learnt about how to improve his skills by studying and practicing "Gesture Drawing"....

After his short stint at Edna Manley, Romero had no idea what he was going to do. His mom
encouraged him to learn a trade. At that point Romero felt that Art was not a viable option
because of all the negative notions that came with being an artist, that he would be
constanly struggling in life....

After spending a majority of time online so much that he noticed that there were literal art
lessons all over the net. He was told to build his skills up to a level and people will notice.
Romero stumbled upon a digital artist by the name of "Rose Draws" and he was hooked...

Romero remembered that Rose was entertaining and was getting persons to love his work.
At that moment Romero made up his mind to try and reach a level like Rose without the
gaudance of traditional schools. Day in and Day out Romero would read digital books and watch
videos with his friends about Gesture Drawing...

Romero started his journey in 2019 and it's now 2021. He can safely say he has seen
improvements. Still awaiting his first client, he is happy and doing what he loves.
(to be continued)


PLANET JOLLYWOOD 'MUSEUM' MAGAZINE.
Featuring memorabilia, artifacts & LIFE SIZE images belonging to
Jamaican Actors + Film Makers. We also store their hand & footprint so
future generations can be inspiried.

 

JOLLYWOOD 'TALENT' Magazine.
Highlighting Jamaican Models, Fashion Designers, Makeup Artist, Dancers,
Singers & Talent Agents. #007


Betsy's African Couture is an African apparel House that started in 2007.
Owned by BETTY ARHELO and started with an idea that birthed after graduating
from university with a passion for designs and colors in Nigeria and Jamaica.



Betsy's African Couture is based in Jamaica. They specialize in distinct African Dresses,
Skirts and Blouses. African work suits, Blazers, Men and boys Shirts, Pants, Casuals,
Cushions, neck Pillows, African Coral Beads and Accessories.



Betty's designs are from high quality African prints, such as Ankara, African
wax print, Java prints, Brocades, Dashiki materials, Kente and Laces.
All of Betsy's African Couture clothing are made in Nigeria, Ghana and Jamaica.
- Contributor

 

 

JOLLYWOOD 'TALENT' Magazine.
Highlighting Jamaican Models, Fashion Designers, Makeup Artist, Dancers,
Singers & Talent Agents. #006



JOLLYWOOD Jamaica's PAPARAZZI Magazine capturing the day to day life
of Jamaican Actors,Film Makers, Directors & Entertainers.
"Spot anyone lately?"
We will pay J$1000-$5000 per photo, once we use it.
email: jollywood.jamaica@hotmail.com
SPOTTED!!! SPOTTED!!! SPOTTED!!!

 

PLANET JOLLYWOOD 'MUSEUM' MAGAZINE.
Featuring memorabilia, artifacts & LIFE SIZE images belonging to
Jamaican Actors + Film Makers. We also store their hand & footprint so
future generations can be inspiried.


JOLLYWOOD Jamaica's PAPARAZZI Magazine capturing the day to day life
of Jamaican Actors,Film Makers, Directors & Entertainers.
"Spot anyone lately?"
We will pay J$1000-$5000 per photo, once we use it.
email: jollywood.jamaica@hotmail.com
SPOTTED!!! SPOTTED!!! SPOTTED!!!

 

JOLLYWOOD Jamaica's PAPARAZZI Magazine capturing the day to day life
of Jamaican Actors,Film Makers, Directors & Entertainers.
"Spot anyone lately?"
We will pay J$1000-$5000 per photo, once we use it.
email: jollywood.jamaica@hotmail.com
SPOTTED!!! SPOTTED!!! SPOTTED!!!



JOLLYWOOD Jamaica's PAPARAZZI Magazine capturing the day to day life
of Jamaican Actors,Film Makers, Directors & Entertainers.
"Spot anyone lately?"
We will pay J$1000-$5000 per photo, once we use it.
email: jollywood.jamaica@hotmail.com
SPOTTED!!! SPOTTED!!! SPOTTED!!!



JOLLYWOOD 'TALENT' Magazine.
Highlighting Jamaican Models, Fashion Designers, Makeup Artist, Dancers,
Singers & Talent Agents. #005

Hi I'm Lisa Ashman, aspiring actress and filmmaker. I have always had a passion for creating
stories and sharing them with others. I wrote many fan stories about my favourite
TV show characters in high school, and always jotted down cool movie ideas
I got from dreams or daydreaming. In university, my film theory classes opened my
eyes to seeing movies as more than just a blockbuster for entertainment and I
have loved diving into the production and analysis of film.

I am a student of YouTube: always checking out videos of story development,
camera techniques or acting tips. I have made some short mini-documentaries
but I really want to jump into other the genres, especially in acting! I also love
attending film nights from our local filmmakers and meeting others in the industry.
I am especially drawn to movies that make you feel something - whether it causes you
to strike up conversation, reflect on what you saw, or a call to action or change;
the experience leaves a mark. I want to be a part of these kinds of films.
- Lisa



THE JOLLYWOOD L.I.F.E (Lifestyle Information Fashion Entertainment) Magazine.
Highlighting Jamaican Actors & Film Makers.
Jamaican born Actress KRE L. FERGUSON

Living with Endometriosis and the impact it had on my life.

After going to several doctors I was happy when I finally found one that was able
to diagnose my condition. I no longer was being told that i was exaggerating and
what was happening to me is normal.  I found relief in being told that yes,
there may be something wrong here.

When i found out that I had this condition I decided not to tell anyone.
I never wanted to talk about it. I didn't think anyone would understand or even
know exactly what i was going through. Not being able to walk or even stand, 
throwing up constantly on days I was menstruating. Skipping work because i was in
such a fragile state. 



  After research and years went by I came to the realization that I am not the
only woman living with this. There are groups and movements dedicated to
women living with Endometriosis. Even though they're are groups and women
going through the same thing or even worse since there are different
stages of Endometriosis.  I was still shy about talking. It was because I wasn't ready
to admit or come to terms with my condition & also the fact that I didn't have anyone
close to me that I could openly talk to about.
- Kreisha




JOLLYWOOD 'TALENT' Magazine.
Highlighting Jamaican Models, Fashion Designers, Makeup Artist, Dancers,
Singers & Talent Agents. #004

The earliest memory I can recall of myself dancing might be around the age of 5 years old.
Born in Kingston Jamaica and raised in the inner city of a community famously
called Ackee Walk. I fell in love with the raw passion and excitement
of dancehall and how it brought people together to have a good time. Over the years
going through primary school and high school I would always be apart of dance groups
where I spent a lot of time on stage performing both at school events and at JCDC festivals,
I'd also be apart of cheerleading groups and just about anything that would
allow me to dance. Upon making my transition out of High School I became pregnant
and had my first child at eighteen years old, by my nineteenth birthday I was married
and by my twenty-fourth birthday my family and I welcomed our third child. By this time
dance had become the furthest thing from my mind and my focus was now on raising
a family however the lingering memories of my days dancing always hung somewhere
in the back of my mind and so in 2018 feeling unsatisfied in the direction I was heading
career wise I began to realize that the missing piece was dance. Dance was always my
dream career and I had to find my way back to it.

It is this persistent desire to perform and create choreography that would
lead me to apply for a position at The Edna Manley School of Dance where
I completed a certificate in Dance Performance and then would later pursue
an Associate Degree in the areas of Performance and Choreography.
My dance style includes aspects of Dancehall, Modern Contemporary,
Hip-pop and as trained Yogi I have also included spirituality into my dance language.
I believe dance is a unique language to each one of us and it is my dream
to pursue a career in Dance Therapy as to use dance as a part of the
Therapeutic process in holistic healing through observation of the way our bodies move.
- Tashagay





THE JOLLYWOOD L.I.F.E (Lifestyle Information Fashion Entertainment) Magazine.
Highlighting Jamaican Actors & Film Makers.
Jamaican born Writer, 2D Animator and Fight Choreographer
KEVIN JACKSON.

Kevin Jackson is a Jamaican Writer, 2D Animator, Filmmaker and Fight Choreographer.
His passion for telling stories is evident in his many awards, accolades and
contributions to the film and animation community. He serves as the President of the
Jamaica Animation Nation Network for 6 years between 2014 and 2020.
He also served as the Director of Communications and Marketing for the
Jamaica Film and Television Association and Public Relations
Officer for the Jamaica Design Association.

In addition to storytelling, Kevin is an avid contributor to the
creative scene in Jamaica archiving knowledge through several design
articles he has published in the Jamaica Observer and Wealth Magazine as
well as facilitating networking opportunities for emerging talent through his
local industry contacts and his “Jamaica Film Industry” Facebook group.

Kevin's achievements include:
Winner Best Animation at the Columbus Black International Film Festival 2018
 Winner Best Animation at GATFFEST Film Festival 2018
 Winner Best Animation, Best Actor and Best Script at the Lignum Vitae Film
Festival 2018
 Winner “Best Short Film” & “Best Director”, GATFFEST Lignum Vitae Film
Festival 2016
 Winner “Viewer’s Choice Award”, GATFFEST 2015
 Winner “Lenny Little White Award Best Local Film” GATFFEST 2014
 Winner of the “Best Animation” & “Best Foley”, NCU Lignum Vitae Film Festival
2013
 Winner of the One Minute Mobile Caribbean Film Festival 2012.


IG:nivekpro

________________________________________________________________

PLANET JOLLYWOOD 'MUSEUM' MAGAZINE.
Featuring memorabilia, artifacts & LIFE SIZE images belonging to
Jamaican Actors + Film Makers. We also store their hand & footprint so
future generations can be inspiried.



Shirt worn by Jamaican actor KANHAI CONDISON in the Jollywood Film KANE & ABEL



PLANET JOLLYWOOD 'MUSEUM' MAGAZINE.
Featuring memorabilia, artifacts & LIFE SIZE images belonging to
Jamaican Actors + Film Makers. We also store their hand & footprint so
future generations can be inspiried.


JOLLYWOOD 'TALENT' Magazine.
Highlighting Jamaican Models, Fashion Designers, Makeup Artist, Dancers,
Singers & Talent Agents. #003

"I feel the utmost peace bringing joy and entertainment to those who
needed to fill the void of contentment, even if it was just for a moment."
-----------------------------------------
ShaQuana say that she was warned, she will not make a living out of dreams,
especially not in Jamaica and that she should stick to her studies and try to make
a more practical career decision.
------------------------------------------
"I know I will make it because my purpose is bigger than myself, my inspiration is to
build a platform where I can help people with low self esteem, to pull themselves
out of a place where it is very dark and lonely."

The 22 year old is on a mission
and has made it clear that Jamaica should look out.
-------------------------------------------


PLANET JOLLYWOOD 'MUSEUM' MAGAZINE.
Featuring memorabilia, artifacts & LIFE SIZE images belonging to
Jamaican Actors + Film Makers. We also store their hand & footprint so
future generations can be inspiried.

#jollywoodjamaicahalloffame



JOLLYWOOD 'TALENT' Magazine.
Highlighting Jamaican Models, Fashion Designers, Makeup Artist, Dancers,
Singers & Talent Agents. #002

Aspiring Actress/Model ADRIANNA BRYAN turned CEO for Jamaican based business,
Snacks. With the produce from our Jamaican farmers and the
dedication of our team, Afime Snacks provides healthier snacking options for
everyone to enjoy. Providing variety and flavors, 'yuh mus' find sinting fi nyam'
( you are sure to find something to suit your taste/ to eat :) Jamaica's new favorite 
snack was conceived in 2017 by a young woman who knew that one day
this dream would become reality.
BITE, SMILE REPEAT!!


THE JOLLYWOOD L.I.F.E (Lifestyle Information Fashion Entertainment) Magazine.
Highlighting Jamaican Actors & Film Makers.
Jamaican born Actor MARLON 'ROME' WALKER

Marlon Walker aka ‘Rome’ – a moniker that stuck after his high school classmates
discovered his penchant for literature and in particular, the Shakespeare classic
Romeo & Juliet – is a Jamaican-born theatre and film actor who has steadily
worked on the local scene for the last 10 years.

A Jamaica Cultural Development Commission Awardee, Rome's debut film appearance
is in the hidden gem Missing Pieces where he plays the villainous Victor.
He later starred in such Kevin Jackson-directed works as Gone, Friends til the End,
the Closet (co-produced) and the multi-award-winning short, Heart Shaped Box.

Twenty seventeen has been an exceptionally active year for Rome with his career
taking an upturn since he features as lead in several projects such as:
How to Kill a Fish, Learning to Swim by Krystal Dawkins (to be premiered in California)
and Mango Wars wherein he plays "Burton Brown".

Film projects aside, Rome also finds time to channel his thespian origins and has been
involved with theatre productions such as Mobile Phone, Man Talk and most recently Heist,
which closed July 2017.

To prepare for his roles, Rome connects with the story of the character,
believing each has his own voice, viewpoint and emotional journey.




JOLLYWOOD 'TALENT' Magazine.
Highlighting Jamaican Models, Fashion Designers, Makeup Artist, Dancers,
Singers & Talent Agents. #001

FRENCHY'S Bio - I started doing makeup by accident. I was a international professional dancer
for years which required us to do our own makeup backstage. After retiring I came back home and
tried my hand at the normal 9-5 work life (let's just say it didn't work out). I would always wear
makeup and do little intricate edgy designs on my face that always caught the publics
attention. People always asked me how I did it and if I did makeup professionally. I enrolled at
the D'Marie Institute where I cleaned up and learned so much as it relate to skin care and
sanitization. I received a diploma and was certified.

I started experimenting at home with body paints and special effects (SFX) fake blood, scars
wax, liquid latex etc. As time passed, I got better. It was never easy pursuing makeup in such
a saturated industry. There were times when my phone hardly rang, especially when the pandemic
broke out. I stayed strong and determined to the bigger vision in my head I stayed practicing.
People started noticing me on social media and really admiring my work, others sent me products
to promo, it was a great feeling.

I'm so so thankful for the all the people who have been in my corner, who have showered me with
love and support and never let me forget who I am.
- FRENCHY
---------------------------------------------------

The JOLLYWOOD L.I.F.E Magazine.
LIFESTYLE INFORMATION FASHION ENTERTAINMENT.
Jamaican born Actress and star of Jollywood Film THE AFFAIR,
NATASHA WILLIAMS is having her first baby.



The JOLLYWOOD L.I.F.E Magazine.
DARIO SHIELDS (Film Maker / Writer / Director).

COLLECTOR'S ITEM!!! FOR SALE!!! The ORIGINAL " JOLLYWOOD Sign".
We making space for the new BIGGER JOLLYWOOD Sign.
Jollywood Jamaica's CEO & Founder Mr. R. Kanhai Condison handmade
the JOLLYWOOD Sign. If you are a avid COLLECTOR of artifacts & memorabilia,
then the JOLLYWOOD original sign is perfect for YOU!!. Asking price U$90 000.
Located in Kingston, Jamaica.


The JOLLYWOOD Magazine. 9 weeks of SUMMER Covers #8
STEPHAN LEDGISTER (Actor).


MOVIE 'CASTING CALL' - Jollywood Jamaica / Jollywood Flms / R. Kanhai Condison Films.
Casting for NEW film J.E.S.S.I.E (Jamaica Essential Support System Intelligent Entity).

The JOLLYWOOD Magazine. 9 weeks of SUMMER Covers #7
CORNELIUS GRANT (Actor, Director, Producer, Talent Agent & MC).

The JOLLYWOOD Magazine. 9 weeks of SUMMER Covers #6
RAMON WALKER ( Actor).


The JOLLYWOOD Magazine. 9 weeks of SUMMER Covers #5
NADEAN RAWLINS (Producer / Director / Talent Agent / Actor).

The JOLLYWOOD Magazine. 9 weeks of SUMMER Covers #4
Actress DACODA MITCHELL. Showing enough skin!!.


The JOLLYWOOD Magazine. 9 weeks of SUMMER Covers #3
Actress SABRINA THOMAS. This is Sabrina's 2nd Cover.

 

Jollywood Jamaica's LOCATION Magazine. Highlight Film locations in Jamaica.
Ever wonder where in Jamaica that Film location is? Wonder no more!!
Planet Jollywood Bus Tour (BT) can take you there!!
COMING SOON!!


Location for the Jollywood Film - THE CANDIDATE

The JOLLYWOOD Magazine. 9 weeks of SUMMER Covers. #2
Actress Maylynne Lowe. This is Maylynne's 2nd Cover. Free & Expressive!!

 

Coming Soon!! - PLANET JOLLYWOOD AE 'BUS TOUR' .
Take a Bus Tour with us around the city of KINGSTON.


Tour Days, Times & Routes will be posted in the coming weeks.

 

WHEN NEXT YOU ARE IN JAMAICA....visit the JOLLYWOOD Sign!!

#myjollywoodmoment
#planetjollywoodmovietheatre


 

COMING SOON


The PLANET JOLLYWOOD V.I.P Access Granted Card.
Card holders will get FREE access & Discounton certain attractions
at Planet Jollywood Entertainment Complex.





 

The JOLLYWOOD L. I. F. E Magazine(Lifestyle Information Fashion Entertainment)

LUCKY BREAK!!!


After loosing his daughter and his marriage, a father hits rock bottom.
He finds himself helping a young couple who is caught up in a human
trafficking ring because of theirhouse guest.

THE AFFAIR 'This House Is Not A Home'

Unofficial Poster


JOLLYWOOD JAMAICA - Independent Awards 2014

The charity attached to the Jollywood Jamaica Short Film Series Festival 2013 was the
Franklin Town Primary. The R.Kanhai Condison award was given to principal of the school

.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

JOLLYWOOD Jamaica Productions 2010 - 2021. All rights reserved. Create Inspire Motivate
For more information call 876.369.0070 / IG: jollywood_jamaica_ceo / FaceBook: Jollywood Jamaica.
'BUILD IT AND THEY WILL COME"