N.F.A Initiates ‘Ghana Cinema Week 2022’ This December

The maiden edition of the ‘Ghana Cinema Week’ has been officially announced for December by the National Film Authority of Ghana (N.F.A) 2 hours ago on their social media page. The event is scheduled to take place from 23rd to 29th December 2022 at selected locations across Ghana in partnership with ‘Afrocinema Plus’. As stated in the publication on social media, this would give encourage the habit of visiting the cinemas among Ghanaians; as well as showcase good films from Ghanaian filmmakers. The statement of the National Film Authority on…

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Hollywood is Not Stealing Our Audience with ‘Wakanda’ and ‘Woman King’ … Says Actor Vincent E. McCauley

Ghanaian Actor Vincent E. McCauley popularly known as ‘Max’, a character he played in the one time hit television series ‘Things We Do For Love’, a few days ago, debunked the idea that Hollywood is gradually stealing the ‘African cinema audience’ by creating big budget movies with African themes and characters such as ‘Black Panther’ and ‘The Woman King’. His comments come timely as the two aforementioned movies have made huge financial gains both globally and on the African continent after their respective releases this year. He stated this in…

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Letter to Peter Sedufia by Socrates Safo

Dear Peter Sedufia, it is with pleasure I write to you this ‘short’ letter. Doubling as my brother-in-law; I deem it fit to share our ‘cupboard’ conversation so Facebook would remind us every year. At this stage, it is your sole decision to regard this as an advise to guide you or noise from an old ’gee’ from the past who don’t know “wosop”! Bro, growing up; I remember this popular saying that, “films are living Creatures that lives till you the creator decides to kill it.” I believe you…

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‘Meta Cinema Forum Africa’ Will Highlight Opportunities in the Cinema Gap in Africa … Says National Film Authority

On Monday 15th August 2022 at Mövenpick Ambassador Hotel, Accra-Ghana, the National Film Authority (NFA) of Ghana will officially launch Africa’s first cinema convention, ‘Meta Cinema Forum Africa’. The initiative will be in partnership with ‘Great Minds Group’ of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and will host a variety of cinema investors, film distributors, cinema developers, and key policy makers in the film industry on the African continent, with the aim of discussing opportunities in ‘cinema infrastructure development’ on the African continent. The main event will come off between the…

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Gh Movie – Con For This Saturday at Snap Cinemas

An annual film conference which brings stakeholders of the film industry in Ghana together to discuss current issues on the development and progress of filmmaking in Ghana, ‘Gh Movie – Con’, is here again. The event is scheduled for this Saturday 29th January 2022 at Snap Cinema, Accra. In an exclusive interview with Shine Publications a few days ago, the Founder Tony Asankomah, explained that this year’s event will highlight the prospects and the unexplored potential of the film industry in Ghana. The Founder of ‘Gh Movie – Con’ Tony…

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