The Nigerian Movie Industry Is Better Than Ghana Movie Industry Because They Treat Movie Making As A Full Time Job

Prince David Osei is a Ghanaian actor who now produces and directs his own movies and his experience in both the Nigerian movie industry and Ghana’s movie industry has brought to light what he thinks makes Nollywood so much better than Ghallywood.

Sharing his experiences of the two movie industries, Prince David Osei believes Nigeria is ahead of Ghana in movie making because they treat movie making as a full time job where they report to work at 7am and close at 8pm on the daily.

Speaking in an interview on Happy98.9FM’s Ayekoo After Drive Show, he said, “24/7 they are filming and the crew is working. I stayed for 6 weeks and I shot about 6 movies. I got tired and decided to come back but I observed they are really working hard compared to Ghanaians.”

He added that reason the vast gap between the two movie industries is because Nigerians invest heavily into the making of movies. They invest their time and finances to come up with good quality movies that do well both locally and internationally.

“They give it their all unlike we do here in Ghana. The best part is that these movies are shot with high quality cameras and equipment. They really know what they are doing and they are not joking,” he shared.

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