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As Ntumazah once said "You may chain a man, but you will not chain his mind; you may enslave him, but you will not conquer his spirit; you may maintain the people in bondage by force, but sooner or later, their anger and frustration becomes so great that force cannot contain it. Then the edifice cracks, the mortar crumble."

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Forcha Charles N.

Chop, I write to agree and appreciate your effort in letting the truth clear. Cameroon has rich cultures which could serve the film industry better. Nigerians and foolish Cameroonian who are working for self interest gets the hold for Nigerians to explore our own natural terrains. I for one do not disagree with people who bring in Nigerians to do films in Cameroon but I blame them so much for misusing funds given out to them by fellow Cameroonian. The Nigerian film industry started some where before getting to where it is today. Irrespective of how much time we spend with them, we shall always start from where they started too. We are merely wasting time behind them.
CRTV is actually doing nothing to promote the Anglophone film industries. A number of film houses are both in Bamenda and Buea and a good number of films both romantic and epic (cultural) have been produced. None of these film houses have recieve funds from the government, but yet the Government always want these film houses to pay taxes of which a good number of Cameroonians gets employed in the cause of film shooting. Other media channels like STV, Canal2 etc are out to make money, and there is no way they can encourage the Cameroon film industry so that they might have a hand in it later. Adverts are very expensive when you have to pass them via CRTV for limited time. But when you get to companies that you want to do an advert for them they claim you are expensive whereas they pay more to CRTV for limited time. For example, the Cameroon movie titles INHERITANCE produced by CEER advertise VitaShop products, The Lounge Piano Bar with the agreement that they will get paid after the launching of the film. But until now, families have watched and will continue to watch the advert and yet nothing goes into the hands of the film makers. The film industry in Cam,eroon needs absolute support from the Media Houses, individuals as well as from the Government

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