Movie Producers have refused to pay me after engaging my services – Kofi Adjorlolo

Movie Producers have refused to pay me after engaging my services – Kofi Adjorlolo

It’s always been rumored that the movie industry in Ghana is at its breaking point and multiple award-winning actor Kofi Adjorlolo just confirmed it when he revealed that Ghanaian movie producers have refused to pay him after engaging his services in their movies. Speaking in an interview monitored by mcBLOG on Joy Prime, The veteran actor revealed that about seven top movie producers in Ghana have refused to pay him. He has on countless occasions…

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GUIDE TO FILM CENSORSHIP

GUIDE TO FILM CENSORSHIP

Censorship of Films: Under Cinematograph Act, 1961 Section 7 1. The Censorship Board is empowered to view films submitted to it as follow; a)  Pass the film universal exhibition b)  Pass the film for exhibition restricted to persons over the apparent age of eighteen years only c) Pass the film for exhibition restricted to adults only and will exclude children under 18 years whether accompanied by an adult or not. d)  Pass the film subject…

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About censorship Board

About censorship Board

BACKGROUND The Cinematography Exhibition Board of Control (Preview and Classification Board) is charged with the responsibility to regulate and control the contents in movies produced locally as well as the foreign ones that enters the country, including the accompanying posters and inlays, intended for public screening. The purpose is to promote movies that shapes and improve the cultural heritage as a people, protect and improve the social and moral fibre and growth through the use…

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Classification of Film in Ghana

Classification of Film in Ghana

The classification of movies is done after a three-member panel of the previewing committee have seen the film, and subject to the content may classify it as: “U” rating – Universal viewing which is suitable for all the age categories. “A” rating – contains some level of violence, strong language or nudity and therefore requires parental guidance. “X” rating – strictly adult viewing and not suitable for public or television screening. A movie may be…

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