- September 14, 2013
- Posted by: admin
- Category: Media & Broadcasting
From the 9th to 16th of September, Silverbird Cinemas will serve customers with the best picks of Ghanaian movies as e.TV Ghana collaborate with number one entertainment hub to host a week-long screening of variety of both old and new classic Ghanaian movies.
Selections of Ghanaian movies to be screened during the one week period include, Perfect Picture, 6 hours to Christmas, Cheaters, Love Brewed in the African Pot, Heritage Africa, and Gold Old Days.
Acting General Manager of e.tv Ghana, Nosisa Mazibuko Doe in an exclusive interview shared the motive behind this unique initiative. She said “As a television station that stands for the culture and heritage of Ghana, it is our greatest objective to celebrate and promote the rich talents springing from the populace. We are committed to promoting Ghana through quality entertainment, arts, and culture. This is a great opportunity for us to look back at how it all started and how far we have come today in our movie industry; the evolution of movies made in Ghana is much greater and exciting. I would use this opportunity to welcome everyone who believes in products and services of Ghanaian origin to join us in our series of activations both on-air and off-air as we embrace, celebrate, and devise ways to increase patronage among ourselves and promoting our local industries internationally.”
In addition to this, e.TV Ghana will show a Ghanaian movie every Sunday at 9pm on the station throughout the month.
Priscilla Gyamfi, Marketing executive of Silverbird noted that ‘we are pleased to join e.TV Ghana in their celebration of made in Ghana products and services, especially, joining hands to give Ghanaian movies a certain level of exposure to our customers in our cinemas. I will also urge all to make the effort to visit our cinemas during the period for an amazing experience.’
The cost per Ghanaian movie screening at Silverbird during the period is……….
The week-long screening is one of several activities scheduled for the Made in Ghana month celebrations in September. Other activities to be held in the month include expose on Ghanaian companies and Ghanaian fashion and food.