National Film Authority Supports FiCAG

A few days ago, the National Film Authority (N.F.A) reached out with some food items to the Film Crew Association of Ghana (FiCAG). The gesture was in support of the veteran members of the Film Crew Association of Ghana (FiCAG) who had been, to some extent, neglected by the film industry. The Executive Secretary of the National Film Authority Juliet Yaa Asante Asantewaa, said invited more support from other corporate bodies to contribute their quota by supporting some of these worthy causes. The presentation was made at the office of…

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Viewing Habits are Changing So Advertisers Must Adapt … Filmmaker Ivan Quarshiegah

Celebrated Ghanaian Filmmaker Ivan Quarshiegah, has added his voice to the call for more individuals and companies to adapt to the everchanging world of advertising which has been revolutionized by technology. He said there we smarter marketing avenues to be explored and more to be gained using today’s technology. He made this statement yesterday at the National Film Authority’s meeting with Corporate Bodies at Marriott Hotel in Accra. Addressing the audience at the event in Accra, Ivan Quarshiegah stated that considering the current competitive advertising space in Ghana, it was…

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National Film Authority Gets Good Response From Corporate Ghana on Film Sponsorship

Yesterday at Marriott Hotel in Accra, the much anticipated meeting between the National Film Authority (N.F.A) and members of Corporate Ghana, ended on a positive note. There were assurances from some of the representatives from corporate institutions in Ghana on the possibility of partnerships and even sponsorship arrangements, between themselves and competent filmmakers and film production companies; once certain standards were met. Issues of verifiable data and relevant content to the target audience of the sponsor, were top of the requirement list. The Executive Secretary of the National Film Authority…

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Breaking News: 100% Ghanaian Content to Be Shown at Prime Time on Ghana Television … N.F.A Boss Juliet Asante

Some minutes ago, at the second edition of the Gh Movie – Con, a conference which brings stakeholders of the film industry in Ghana to discuss the status quo and the future of the Ghana Film Industry, the Executive Secretary of the National Film Authority (N.F.A) Juliet Yaa Asantewaa Asante, stated that the Local Content Committee led by Samuel Mensah, has come out with a policy that will ensure the showing of 100% Ghanaian Content on all television stations in Ghana at Prime Time. The announcement was received with an…

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