By Gbenga Bada
The Association of Movie Producers National President, Peace Anyiam-Osigwe, has stressed the need for content creators to remain committed to getting out quality content.
Anyiam-Osigwe made this known during the launch of the Delta State Film Fund saying the move is to ensure that producers in the state can work with the AMP national to produce quality films that can go to cinemas, amazon, and any other channel.
“This work can’t be done without your commitment to getting quality content because quality content is the key to ensure that everything happens,” she said.
While inaugurating the film fund, Anyiam-Osigwe also said that the association would seek funds to ensure adequate funding for quality film production and to create jobs for teeming unemployed youths.
She noted that AMP members in Delta produce over 400 films monthly and engage 30 persons on average in the production of one film, adding that the job creation ability of producers is unprecedented.
Speaking at the event, the AMP state Chairman, Chidi Chikioke said that the capacity building had impacted no fewer than 200 of its members.
The association honoured some veterans like Kanayo O. Kanayo, Patience Ozokwor among others for their contributions to the film industry.
Other quintessential actors and movie producers like Segun Arinze, Ekpeyong Bassey, Kanayo O. Kanayo, Patience Uzokwo, Andy Boyo, Opa Williams, Ngozi Ezeonu, Blessing Ebigasan, Onyin Talabi, Wisdom Askia, others graced the occasion.
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