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Are Ghanaians better film makers?

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Sola

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This could be considered a generalization though, but they tend as a people to do well when they face anything. I have seen a couple of their films and they are really good. They pay more attention to some of the things our filmmakers rush through. Also, look at Webs by Zack Orji, shot in hana? Some good people there. Good sound too and locations.
 

Sola

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Originally posted by Sola
This could be considered a generalization though, but they tend as a people to do well when they face anything. I have seen a couple of their films and they are really good. They pay more attention to some of the things our filmmakers rush through. Also, look at Webs by Zack Orji, shot in Ghana? Some good people there. Good sound too and locations.
 

vince

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Originally posted by Sola
This could be considered a generalization though, but they tend as a people to do well when they face anything. I have seen a couple of their films and they are really good. They pay more attention to some of the things our filmmakers rush through. Also, look at Webs by Zack Orji, shot in hana? Some good people there. Good sound too and locations.

I have not seen too many,but yes they pay a lot more attention to details than our rush rush directors.
I've seen the movie WEBS directed by Zack Orji and it was just brilliant,especially the way they showed a lot of attention to details and great locations and sets too.
I'll have to see more to determine whether they are overall better.But one thing that i'm sure of,naija producers are more into quantity than quality,and the two don't mix.
 
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