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There are about ten Ghanaian movies on Netflix currently. Each year, films get uploaded. As compared to Nigerian Movies on Netflix, there are much more films by Nigerians than films produced by Ghanaians.
To get your films on Netflix, they must be of a high standard and have good storylines which will be suitable.
Here is the list of Ghanaian Movies On Netflix:
1. Beast of no nation:
Beasts of No Nation was released in 2015. It is an American war drama film that was written, co-produced, filmed, and directed by a Nigerian named Cary Joji Fukunaga. The story entails about a boy who turned into a child rebel as his nation encounters a serious civil war. The film was shot in Ghana and is based on the 2005 novel of the exact name by Uzodinma Iweala, a novel that was named after a Fela Kuti album.
Cast: (Ghanaian) Grace Nortey, (Ghanaian) Abraham Attah, (British) Idris Elba, (Ghanaian) Ama K. Abebrese, (Ghanaian) David Dontoh, and (Nigerian) Opeyemi Fagbohungbe.
2. Sidechic Gang:
Side Chick Gang was released in 2018. It’s a Ghanaian drama/comedy film which was directed by Peter Sedufia.
It entails about three female best friends who resigned from their occupational jobs as ushers to seek a job that pays extra and promising than their old jobs.
This made them set up a “side chic gang”. The gang only provides services to femaThe Perfect Picture: 10 Years Later was released in 2019.
It’s a Ghanaian film produced which was directed by movie producers Shirley Frimpong-Manso and Ken Attoh. It is a sequel to Perfect Picture which was produced and written by Shirley Frimpong-Manso.
3. The Perfect Picture: 10 Years Later
The Perfect Picture: 10 Years Later was released in 2019. It’s a Ghanaian film produced which was directed by movie producers Shirley Frimpong-Manso and Ken Attoh. It is a sequel to Perfect Picture which was produced and written by Shirley Frimpong-Manso.
4. Away Bus:
Away Bus is a Ghanaian film released in 2019. Away Bus was produced and directed by Kofi Asamoah the CEO of Kofas Media and Peter Sedufia of OldFilm Productions.
The story entails about two sisters trying to raise cash for their mother who was seriously sick by turning a bus driver with the help of their friend known to raise money to save the life of their mother.
5. Gold Coast Lounge:
Gold Coast Lounge is a 2020 Ghanaian neo-noir film that was written and directed by Pascal Aka, who also played a role in the film.
Casts: Adjetey Anang, Alphonse Menyo, Zynnell Zuh, Raquel, and Cina Soul.
Azali was released in 2018. It’s a Ghanaian drama film which was directed by Kwabena Gyansah.
It was picked and shortlisted as the Ghanaian entry for the Best International Feature Film at the 92nd Academy Awards however, it was not nominated. Azali is the first Ghanaian film to be submitted for the Best International Feature Film Oscar.
Keteke is a Ghanaian comedy film that was released in 2017. Keteke was written, and directed by Peter Sedufia and co-produced by Peter Sedufia and Laurene Addy.
Casts: Clemento Suarez, Lydia Forson and Adjetey Anang.
8. Aloe Vera:
Aloe Vera is known as a 2020 Ghanaian film that was produced by Manaa Abdallah and Anny Araba Adams and directed by Peter Sedufia.
The Aloe Vera Film entails two groups of people who reside in the same village, the Aloes and the Veras. There is a tough rivalry between them that withstands even with the children and each group is marked by their trademark color.
9. Potato Potato:
Potato Potato is a 2017 Ghanaian-Nigerian romantic comedy film that narrates a story of divorce in West African society and how complicated it is.
Casts: (Nigerian) OC Ukeje, (Ghanaian) Joselyn Dumas, (Nigerian) Joke Silva, (Nigerian), (Nigerian) Kemi Lala Akindoju, (Ghanaian) Chris Attoh, and also Blossom Chukwujekwu.