Satirist and TV host, Kwaku Sintim-Misa, says the movie industry is struggling due to the lack of structures.
He joins many industry players who have constantly bemoaned the lack of proper structures. Some have even concluded that the industry is dying.
In an interview with JoyNews’ Doreen Avio, KSM stated that, in as much as there have been a lot of complaints, much work is needed to create a solid structure for the industry.
“It is very important for us to have really solid structures. We all say it but we don’t put in the time and the energy that needs to create a solid structure, even casting of movies,” he said.
KSM, who has featured in a number of movies of several production productions including Sparrow Productions, also proffered few ways to build the industry.
“We should have a union of all casting agents so that it will be a union of those who simply cast the movies and then our Screen Actors’ Guild should be strengthened so that we have a strong Actors’ Guild. Let’s get together to and really form these things because once it’s done then we can all have one voice,’’ he suggested.
The actor added that there is disunity amongst actors with some forming cliques.
He is of the opinion that unity and collaborations will do the industry some good in the absence of a well-established structure.
KSM is set to release a new electronic courtroom drama series he titles ‘Odo Wahala’.