Ghanaian actor, Adjetey Anang has revealed that even though the movie industry is in crisis yet he gets more movie roles to play.
The “Things We Do For Love” actor in an interview with Andy Dosty on Hitz FM’s Daybreak show said;
“When you check out the statistics, the number of movies churned out in a month has gone down. Most producers have slowed down and are producing less or not producing at all. From that angle, you can say that the film industry has taken a nose raise”.
He continued that;
“In every business, there are ups and downs and we go through those phases every now and then. What we do when things are bad is what will make us sustainable during hard times. Surprisingly it’s been the time where I have done my most works. I used to do three or four movies a year but from January of this year I’ve done about nine movies”.
Sharing his opinion on the building of the more cinemas in the country to enhance the growth of the Creative Arts Industry, he added;
“I think we are not seeing it as a business entity. There is still a market out there which wants to see Ghanaian movies. If the government can revive these cinemas I think it will help”.