July 21, 2024
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Ghana’s Movie Industry not dead – stakeholders

They expressed optimism about its growth and noted that they were still very much capable of making progress if intentional steps were taken.

They asserted that filmmakers were making progress with the meager resources at their disposal and could even break  barriers with the right support from the relevant stakeholders.

They also shed light on the potential of the film industry and was of the firm belief that concerted efforts were needed to create a platform that would enable filmmakers to receive help for growing their businesses and growing demands.

Making a case for the industry, Movie producer Ivan Quashigah, explained that the industry was revolving even though he admitted that it had come a long way and  made greater strides.

He, however, noted that it was a gradual process and the industry will ultimately get there.

“I will say the industry is still growing. We are not dead like people say. With the right initiatives and support our industry will eventually get there.”

Sharing similar thoughts, the PRO for GAFTA, George Bosompim believed that the industry had developed throughout the years and that players were working hard to satisfy the growing needs.

He also called for massive support from Ghanaians and the need to support and appreciate homegrown content to grow.

Ceo of OldFilm Production, Peter Sedufia mentioned that the right government initiatives will reduce the cost of production and flexible environment for filmmakers to expand their productions.

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