Lagos - The Chief Executive Officer, Broad Arts Productions (BAP), Kelvin Ushi, on Tuesday urged script writers to create quality storyline to be able to sell their movies.
"The industry has good writers as well as bad ones, but because the bad ones want to make money quickly, they come up with all sorts.If there are no good storyline, the buck stops on the table of script writers,’’ Ushi said.
He called for research before coming up with film productions.
"I believe that whatever they put down, they have to research on it for quality production.’’ he said.
Ushi called for specialisation in the film industry to facilitate its development.
He urged writers, directors, actors, costumiers, script writers and others to continue to focus on the areas they could do better.
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