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Ghana films struggle to generate high-quality for Netflix – Chris Attoh

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Ghanaian filmmakers are facing challenges in producing high-quality content that meets the standards set by international streaming platforms like Netflix.

According to actor Chris Attoh, the struggle lies in the need to compete with other countries that have more resources and experience in creating top-notch films.

Attoh highlighted the importance of investing in the local film industry to improve the quality of Ghanaian movies. He emphasized the need for better equipment, training for filmmakers, and support from the government and private sector to enhance the production value of films in the country.

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Despite these challenges, Attoh remains optimistic about the future of Ghanaian cinema and believes that with the right support and commitment, the industry can achieve success on a global scale. He urged stakeholders to come together to address the issues facing the film industry and work towards creating high-quality content that can compete in the international market.

Ghana has a rich history of storytelling and creativity, and Attoh believes that with the proper investment and dedication, the country can produce films that will captivate audiences around the world.

By working together to overcome the obstacles currently hindering the industry, Ghanaian filmmakers can elevate their craft and achieve the recognition they deserve.

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Cecelia Chintoh
Cecelia Chintohhttp://ighanaian.com/journalist/cecelia
I'm Cecelia Chintoh, a Ghanaian blogger with many years of experience in the field of journalism. I'm an Editor at Ghanafuo.com, and currently the Lifestyle and Entertainment Editor at iGhanaian.com. I love to write about random stuff, but particularly about my lifestyle and opinions.
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