Showbiz University dived into the complexities of Ghana’s production finances and unravels the story behind the 100,000 cedis documentary budget
In a recent episode of Showbiz University, the Head of post-production at Adesa Productions Limited, Kweku Duah says it is possible to spend 100,000 cedis on a three-minute documentary.
Head of Post-Production at Adesa Production Limited, Kweku Duah known as Kay Dee, opens the curtain in the world of showbiz production. With insights drawn from years of experience, Kay Dee delves into the multi-faceted process, shedding light on the substantial investments required across pre-production, production, post-production, and distribution stages.
According to him, “For a seamless production journey, each process involves specialized hands, showcasing the division of labor within the industry. From the inception of creative ideas to the planning in pre-production, the actual filming in the production phase, the refinement of content in post-production, and the strategic distribution, every stage is a crucial player in the overall success of a project.”
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