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Gov to improve the film industry with ultra modern studio – movies



The government of Ghana promised to shrink in an ultra-modern film studio as part of the development and expansion of the film industry "dying".

This was known during the 2019 parliamentary budget presentation on Thursday, 15 November 2018.

Ken Ofori-Ata, the finance minister, said that the construction of the studio would attract the international film industry.

"… In addition, the government in 2019, will pursue the transfer of the legislature instrument to establish a secretariat for the National Film Authority" and will facilitate the establishment of ultra-studio production studio to attract the new international film community, He declared.

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He also stated, regarding the Creative Arts Bill, that the government is still awaiting parliamentary approval so that it can pave the way for a creative art foundation to be established.

"Mr. Speaker, Creative Art Bill Bill is now in parliament for discussion and transition into law.Creative Creative Arts Fund Bill to ensure the economic viability of the creative arts sector in the economy, Said the Minister of Finance.

At its meeting in 2016, the government promised to provide a foundation for the creative art industry, build nine theaters across nine regions (apart from Greater Accra), establish a Secretariat of Creative Arts, and establish a Copyright Court, among others.

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