The future looks bleak for local film producers - Lekolwane

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One of Botswana's film producers, Fenny Lekolwane has said that the future looks bleak for the television and film industry in the country. Speaking to Showbiz in an interview, Lekolwane said that there needs to be a major shift in the industry for things to take a turn for the better.

"There is no hope in the film and television industry until the country gets a properly functioning and privately-owned broadcaster," she said.

The producer who owns a production company called Handprint said that having a major breakthrough in the industry is hard and that one has to slave away in order to survive. Lekolwane is famous for her Ya le nna Nigeria trilogy which has been doing well locally.

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