The Kumawood for some past years became very solid and was well patronized by Ghanaians which even overthrown the Ghana Films industry itself where it was strictly English speaking industry.
But unfortunately, the Kumawood industry landed on rocks as many deemed the industry to have collapsed with how production became stagnant with no more releasing of new movies.
However, the Ghana Films Industry Actor/Producer widely known as Prince David Osei showed up on Pure FM on the “Hammer Time” show to share his view over one of the common factor which is not helping the Ghana movie industry to go forward including the Kumawood.
According to Prince David, when we the the tag “wood wood” term and go for Ghana Films Industry as simple as it is because they have always been Ghana Films industry but the wood was because we tried to copy Nollywood and if you stay in Kumasi it would be Kumawood but it’s not relevant.
Per him, when you go to Nigeria, there is only one industry which is the Nollywood and they have been solid till date and as for we Ghanaians we have been spending so much time and spending money on unnecessary meetings but at the end it’s of no benefit and progression. He added
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