November 4, 2019
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Welcome to the National Film Authority
This is the Authority set up by the Government of Ghana under Act 935 to regulate and streamline the ecosystem of film in Ghana. We recognize that film is an important vehicle for socio-cultural and economic development.Ghana has always been an important voice in the development of film in Africa.
The NFA is committed to working with all its stakeholders to ensure that Ghana is well positioned on the global landscape as a progressive nation with a strong drive to promote and facilitate high-quality productions to appeal to a global market
You are welcome to experience the Ghanaian Film Industry. We are open for business.
The Executive Secretary,
National Film Authority
NFA Pitch Series
The NFA Pitch Series is an all film-related pitching event intended to bring filmmakers and the Ghanaian film ecosystem to the attention of investors, broadcasters, distributors, sponsors and platforms around the world for potential collaborations, sponsorships, investments, sales and advertising opportunities.
“We are still restrategising to find ways of capturing our material. Once we capture it and fix it, it’s easy to get our patrons to watch whatever we do. And so for now we’ll only have to playback all the old movies that we have then as the system eases up we can actually start recording.”
“A lot more can be done and I’m not laying it at the foot of any individual or organization or government. I think it is a collective responsibility we all must put in our quarter. We must keep reminding ourselves and each other of the need to observe the laid down guidelines and restrictions for us to be able to overcome this pandemic.”
“WE ARE WHAT WE WATCH AND WHAT WE SEE AFFECTS OUR THINKING, ACTIONS AND INACTIONS. When we fail to properly classify the content of what is shown on our television space, we endanger our own society, especially our children and our future leaders for that matter.”
"The theatre houses must come back. This is the only way, filmmakers can make their money back and create jobs and opportunities. The Government must lead this call to invest in the sector and invite the private sector with incentives to do same"