Multiple award-winning Ghanaian actress Lydia Forson has stated that the issues within the Ghanaian film trade can solely be fastened when there’s a working construction.
Lydia who additionally doubles as a film producer made this remark whereas weighing in on the controversial situation about some producers not paying actors after they’ve performed a film.
Only just lately, veteran actor Kofi Adjorlolo in an interview lashed out angrily at some film producers within the nation for not paying him anytime he’s solid of their manufacturing.
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Adjorlolo’s interview generated some buzz, with many debating what may very well be unsuitable within the trade and what ought to be performed to make sure that all concerned in film productions inside Ghana get what they deserve.
Lending her voice to the controversy, Lydia who was in Nigeria to advertise her newest work ‘The Perfect Picture Ten Years Later’, famous that it’s not honest for anybody to be owed any cash.
Lydia additional acknowledged that when there is no such thing as a system put in place, then the breakdown impacts all concerned be it the producers or the actors.
She was of the opinion that “if we have great structure, better distribution, better finances, and people are getting paid for their works, and executive producers invest money knowing that they are going to make returns,” then everybody within the trade will likely be happy and nobody will likely be owed any cash.
The film producer stated the problem is multi-layered however has been ‘messed-up’ by sentiments. She urged all concerned to push for fixing the system, arguing that after the system is fastened, then the trade will likely be fastened.
‘The Perfect Picture Ten Years Later’ is a film that has been broadly obtained in Ghana and Nigeria. Lydia urged all her followers and lovers of African films to go watch the movie, saying it guarantees to be a extremely satisfying movement image.