Ghana has a mere 6 -10 screens at the cinema level. You are competing with foreign films for those few screens. You are also dealing with biased cinema bookers. Producers are negotiating the screens themselves, not through a distributor. The share is 70/30 in favor of the cinema after 2 weeks.
Today, the movie industry in Ghana is experiencing upsurge in business. Many Ghanaians, especially fanatics of movies would readily recall half a dozen years back when the industry had nothing much to show.
With a thriving movie production company, a growing fashion empire and an ever-rising militia of IG followers, YN has earned her place as one of Africa’s iconic personalities.
Others on the list include Nigerian blogger Linda Ikeji, South African media girl - Bonang Matheba, Kenyan born Hollywood star - Lupita Nyongo, Nigeria songstress Tiwa Savage, Saran Kaba Jones from Liberia, Yemi Alade from Nigeria and Pearl Thusi from South Africa.
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It was attended by a number of familiar faces in the Ghanaian entertainment industry including ...
“Nollywood is making progress. We should work with them"