According to her, the government will specifically support the Black Star International Film Festival in next year's budget and support the initiative of Juliet Asante, the founding president of the festival, and her team.
Ms. Afeku said that it will not be handed over to donors who do not want to support, but the government as a whole is hopeful in the coming years to see a rethink and complete change in the film industry.
During the Black Star International Film Festival Prize in Accra International Conference Center, the minister revealed that Ghana as a core location for film in Africa helps potential film producers to use talented actors in the country to achieve the growth of films in Ghana the international market.
She said: "I would like to take this opportunity to thank the CEO of NAFTI, Goerge Bosompem and his crew who started with the involvement of stakeholders in the country to ask for opinions, comments and ideas for the establishment of the filmaautoriteit that we (government) enjoy the cinematography work in 2016, an incentive for films to film in Ghana ".
Catherine Afeku urged the Ghanaians to give maximum support to the organizers of the Black Star International Film Festival, to people in the film industry to tell the true story of Ghana.
Black Star International Film Festival is a non-profit organization that makes global connections through film and helps bridge the gap between African cinema and the world.
It is a festival focused on the film and policy activities in the region. The goal is to create a platform where filmmakers can learn, network, do business and celebrate their profession in an African context.
Ghana is in the midst of creating connections through film by bridging the gap between African cinema and the world.