Actress, TV presenter, and entrepreneur Beverly Afaglo Baah has lamented the ailing state of the movie industry.
The Ghanaian film industry has witnessed little to no revitalization throughout the years, with many performers lashing out at the industry’s demise and many stars turning into other side hustles.
Adding her voice to the discussion, she stated that hope was the only rope they were clinging to, but the comeback appears improbable.
Speaking on UTV Showbiz Night, she stated that a lack of finance and accessible resources are contributing causes to the movie industry’s slumber, as well as private individuals who spend in developing content but do not see a return in the long term, which is concerning.
“We were holding onto hope, thinking it will bounce back but it seems far-fetched, truth be told the industry is dead. I was having a conversation with one of my colleagues about the industry but in conclusion, we realized there is absolutely nothing happening towards reviving the industry. it is pretty worrying.
“Only Akwaaba magic on DSTV produces content lately by contracting producers of the likes of Shirley Frimpong Manso, Ivan Quarshigah, and Smartys productions. we are doing the best we can but it is not working, Our very own actors turn producers don’t even get their returns when they invest in production.