Government Agencies Should Assist In Investment Hunt For Film ….. Says Prof. Esi Sutherland

Renowned Ghanaian writer and Human Rights activists Prof. Esi Sutherland has appealed to the Government of Ghana to join in the campaign to attract investors to the film industry in Ghana. She said that it was not enough for Government to set up structures and bodies to overseer the needs of the industry without making film a major point when soliciting for  investments by government agencies. She said this at the inauguration of the ‘Local Content Committee’ for film and television at the Accra Tourist Centre in Accra on Wednesday. …

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‘Till Sunset’ Webseries Grabs Distribution Deal In South Africa!

The Director and Producer of Ghanaian webseries ‘Till Sunset’ Joseph Clef Aboah, today stated in a phone interview from his residence in Tema that season one of ‘Till Sunset’ series has been accepted by South African film company ‘Gravel Road’. He expressed his excitement about the deal and described it as a motivation for him and his team. Jospeh Clef Aboah also stated that he would commence filming season two of the series in August and will be available to the public in December this year.  Ghanaian filmmaker Joseph Clef…

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Filmmaker Ivan Quarshigah Offers Solutions to the Ailing Ghana Film Industry

The producer of hit Ghanaian television series ‘Yolo’ and a well known face in the film and advertising community in Ghana Ivan Quarshigah, has stated that the only sure way of moving the Ghana film industry forward is by making available to the public accurate and properly  documented evidence on the returns of investment on films in Ghana. He said this would attract investors hence, there will be no need for funding from Government. He was expressing his opinion on the matter of funding for film producers in order to…

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Creative Arts Industry In Ghana To Soon Go Digital ….. Says Mark Okraku Mantey

Creative Arts Industry In Ghana To Soon Go Digital ….. Says Mark Okraku Mantey On Thursday 9th July 2020 at the Accra Tourist Information Centre, the President of the Creative Arts Council of Ghana Mark Okraku Mantey, stated that preparations were being made to ensure that the Creative Arts industry in Ghana transitions from outdated ways of carrying out their various works to global technological methods. He said this would increase the efficiency of stakeholders as well as maximize their profits both locally and internationally. He was speaking at one of…

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