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NFA should help in promoting Ghanaian movies on Amazon, Netflix platforms- Martha Ankomah appeals


Renowned actress Martha Ankomah as of late focused on the obstacles looked by Ghanaian movie producers in getting their substance onto significant streaming stages like Amazon and Netflix.


At the National Film Authority (NFA)'s inaugural Film Investment Breakfast Meeting, Ankomah emphasized the urgent need for collaboration and support within Ghana's film industry to expand its reach and accessibility. "At the point when you go on Amazon and Netflix, there are Nigerian films…


However for us in Ghana, getting our motion pictures there is troublesome. Martha Ankomah stated, "I don't know how they do it, but it would be great if the NFA could help us get our films on those platforms." The occasion, went to by dignitaries, famous people, and industry specialists, displayed an aggregate work to handle difficulties and investigate potential open doors inside Ghana's lively film scene.


Experiences from speakers including Juliet Asante, Danny Damah, Shirley Frimpong Manso, and Ivan Quashigah highlighted the meaning of vital organizations and interest in driving the area's development. Ankomah's eminent vocation and commitments to Ghanaian film, featured by her jobs in motion pictures like 'Deadly Heart', 'Heart Of Men', and 'The Dirty Fantasy', lend weight to her support for more extensive openness of Ghanaian movies on worldwide stages.


The NFA's part in working with this cycle could significantly affect upgrading the perceivability and acknowledgment of Ghana's rich social stories in the worldwide film market.



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