When Ghallywood (or whatever the name is) collapsed, Ghanaians sought refuge in Kumasi-produced movies.
In fact, Kumawood became the toast of movie lovers throughout the country and it helped project the identity of the people who come from that part of Ghana whilst shaping the careers of Lilwin and the rest.
However, as it stands now, the industry has literally grounded to a halt and stakeholders are clueless about how to fix it.
Nana Ama McBrown, one of most sought after actresses from Kumawood has claimed that the Kumawood movie industry has died, to which she blamed it on three factors.
Speaking to Andy Dostyon Hitz FM, the actress disclosed that the mass eviction that took place at Kejetia affected the market as the CD sellers that used to patronize their movies have no place to sell their wares.
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Those days, I could I could have as many as four different scripts in a month, but it’s not like that anymore.
Now everything is on social media. There is Netflix and all that. Maybe we need to upgrade. This is not the time to give up.
Are they ready to shoot that kind of movie that will go far? If we do a good movie, we can get the money back. It has gone down but we shouldn’t blame anyone.