Renowned Ghanaian film producer, director and actor, Fiifi Coleman delved into the topic of Shaping the New Generation of Ghanaian Film Actors on 3Music’s Big Conversation. The discussion shed light on the challenges and opportunities faced by aspiring actors in Ghana's film industry.
During the conversation, he emphasized the need for more diverse stories that resonate with Ghanaian audiences. He highlighted the audience's preference for comedy and relatable themes, emphasizing the importance of creating content that captures their attention.
Coleman also expressed his passion for producing quality films that break away from the traditional mold. He revealed his upcoming TV series, FOWLS FOR SALE , which promises to bring an entertaining narrative to the screen. Additionally, he mentioned projects like STILL A ROSE and the continuation of I TOLD YOU SO , which aims to captivate audiences with compelling storytelling.
The discussion also touched upon the positive developments in the industry. Coleman also mentioned some highlights of the Fiifi Coleman Productions stating that it had gained some recognition both locally and internationally, attracting investors who see the potential for profitability. He also stated that it was a platform that gives hope to the up and coming industry players.
Fiifi Coleman's participation in 3Music TV's Big Conversation elaborated on the evolving Ghanaian film industry and the need for fresh perspectives to propagate a thriving industry of which he is optimistic on the basis of his upcoming projects and the increasing recognition of Ghanaian cinema.
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