Ghanaian actor Qwasi Blay Jnr expressed dissatisfaction with the current state of the movie industry, specifically in the number of movie theaters currently available.
In a red carpet interview during the “Drops Of Happiness” movie premiere when asked his concerns on the conditions of the current state of the movie theaters, he said…
We don’t have enough cinema halls in the country and it’s quiet disturbing. People have projects they want to premiere or show but not enough cinemas to make them available for showing. If we have enough cinemas across the country, it’ll enable producers make for example a movie premiere available at vantage points so people won’t have to come from far distance. Sometimes trying to find dates for film showing is also a problem because the cinemas are limited and everyone wants to book the venue for their projects.
Amongst other significant problems people face to make movies available for showing, he believes having enough cinema halls across the country can help solve it. Further thanked everyone that was present that night for gracing the occasion to make it a success. They should keep supporting Ghanaian projects.