Idris Elba is a well-known English actor, and recently he has revealed that he and his partners have undertaken a major project to help facilitate the building of a film studio in Ghana and across West Africa. Speaking to President Akufo-Addo during a visit to the Jubilee House, the actor explained that although there is so much potential for the film industry in Africa, there is still a lack of facilities to make it happen.
This is why Idris Elba and his team are working hard to develop a plan that will create a facility at the center of African filmmaking. The project, which is currently known as West African Studios, has been in the works for the past three or four years.
The proposed film studio is intended to be robust and competitive enough to attract filmmakers from all around the world to come to Ghana and other West African countries to make their films. This project has the potential to bring a lot of positive attention to Africa and its film industry, and it could also create a lot of jobs in the region.
However, Idris Elba has pointed out that they still need to develop some policies that would encourage filmmakers to make the trip to Ghana and other West African countries. He believes that these policies should focus on making the filming process as easy as possible, and should also include financial incentives that would make it worth filmmakers’ while to come to Africa to shoot their films.
The project is still in its early stages, but Idris Elba is confident that it will be successful, and he is sure that it will be beneficial not just to the African film industry, but to the entire region as well. He believes that this project could be a major game-changer for African filmmakers, and he is excited to see what the future holds for the West African film industry.