The National Film Authority of Ghana has formed an alliance with movie practitioners in Nigeria, to hold the first Africa Cinema Summit in Accra come November.
This comes as Practitioners in the movie industry express concern over the reduction in cinema culture.
If the outcome of this meeting by stakeholders in the film industry is adhered to, then African cinema will likely receive a boost.
According to a UNESCO report, 50 percent of the Industry’s potential revenue is lost to piracy.
Now, this summit aims at addressing such issues and charting a way forward for film makers to thrive in their craft.
With the collective aim of fostering growth, innovation, and collaboration, the summit seeks to unite cinema stakeholders from around the globe, offering a platform for insightful industry business dialogues, opportunity exchanges, and strategic partnerships.Follow us on social media