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Anikulapo Movie by Kunle Afolayan Part Two to Be Shot in Ghana

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Anikulapo, the most awaited epic fantasy film produced by Kunle Afolayan and distributed by Netflix, has chosen Ghana as the backdrop for its upshot.

This movie, which narrates the story of Saro, not only improves the film’s tale depth but also highlights the uniqueness of Ghana’s cultural heritage and beauty.

This season two of the movie Anikulapo has decided to weave the storyline with Ghana’s diverse locales, offering audiences a visually captivating experience.

This collaboration was facilitated by Ms. Juliet Yaa Asentewa Asante, CEO of Ghana’s National Film Authority.

Ms. Juliet Yaa Asentewa Asante Expresses her Interest in the Partnership of the Movie ANIKULAPO

Ms. Juliet Yaa, the CEO of Ghana’s National Film, expressed her interest in the partnership.

She highlighted its potential to support the relationship between the Ghanaian and Nigerian film industry.

According to Yaa, the Anikulapo partnership aims to create an opportunity for both countries to leverage each other’s strengths and discover new markets.

During the shoots, Afolayan further boosts the collaboration by offering valuable skill transfer openings to his training film Academy school KAP.

However, ANIKULAPO is an original Netflix movie and TV series expected to provide job opportunities for Ghanaians spreading outside the film industry.

She also encourages moviemakers across the globe to consider Ghana as a major shooting location.

Notably, the country’s “Shoot in Ghana” campaign stands out as one of their achievements over time.

Also, the country’s film industry could gain international recognition and collaboration opportunities with Afolayan’s decision to shoot Anikulapo there.

Moreover, this exciting announcement was made during the film festival in France, where the Nigerian International Film and TV Summit was hosted.

This event gave Afolayan a platform to reveal his plans to shoot Anikulapo 2 in Ghana.

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