The National Film Authority Partners With Vox Cinemas To Distribute And Show Ghanaian Films In The Middle East
In line with its cinema development agenda, the National Film Authority (NFA) of Ghana has signed a strategic partnership deal with VOX Cinemas, one of the largest film distributors in the region, to distribute and show Ghanaian films in cinemas in the Middle East.
Congratulations to the National Film Authority (NFA) on its nomination in the ‘ FILM COMMISSION INITIATIVE OF THE YEAR’ category for the 3rd Annual Makers and Shakers Awards (MASA) 2022.
A Ghanaian chemist in his bid to vindicate his company in a lawsuit against an allegation, stumbles on something even more dangerous in the process. A hidden chemical formula in painkillers and antibiotics is altered for testing and profit gained by a pharmaceutical giant called ROMACEUTICAL.
GROUNDBREAKING GHANA FILM STUDIO IN DEVELOPMENT ANNOUNCED AT INAUGURAL AFRICON EVENT IN LOS ANGELES!￼
The National Film Authority of Ghana signed a landmark partnership agreement with Pixel Ray Studios LLC which will lead to the construction of a full-service world-class film studio in Ghana, West Africa.
Peter Sedufia’s ‘Aloe Vera’ has made a comeback in cinemas following the reopening of cinemas and theatres. According to Peter Sedufia, “Aloe Vera is all about the ‘2 Ls’, Love and Laughter. Love should be the uniting force after the covid ‘storm’, a moment to laugh and appreciate one another”.