China To Partner With Ghana In Film Making
The government of the People’s Republic of China is relishing opportunities to explore cooperation avenues in the arts and entertainment industry in Africa, especially Ghana.
China is looking at partnering with developing countries especially Africa to boost the entertainment to help better tell their own story across the globe.
Speaking at a seminar-workshop for selected media and documentary film making professionals from developing countries in Beijing-China, a Senior Lecturer at the Communication University of China, Professor Jin Haina, stated that developing countries could make great strides in the entertainment sector by exploring documentary film making development.
She disclosed that China produces about 52 films yearly and annual revenue of over one billion dollars from a single film, adding that “it could also be the story of African countries should there be cooperation and sharing of ideas”.