One very important habit young film makers should learn is to ask questions. Our African society generally does not encourage the habit of questioning. It is considered disrespectful to ask questions, even when it is crucial to your understanding of issues. As a filmmaker, do you question your film? Do you ask the ESSENTIAL … More Unique Voice – Who Are You As A Filmmaker?
Most times I have spoken to young filmmakers who think it’s so important to have a “star” in a film to make it more attractive to a potential audience. The logic of this, of course is obvious that is, until you think about it more. I think the “star” thing is superficial and it is … More Cult of Celebrity
One of the very big challenges I find with films in Ghana and Africa in general is the stories. Most of the stories lack originality. It’s a photocopy of some Hollywood movie or characters placed in time and space with no real story. I personally do not consider myself a script writer, but I … More What’s Wrong with African Script-writing?