BY ERICA ARTHUR
EDDIE NARTEY, a Ghanaian actor, director, and producer, has revealed that his disappointment in a movie editor inspired him to learn editing.
Nartey said this on ‘Showbiz Agenda’ hosted by Sammy Flex on Zylofon FM on Wednesday when recommending Forreal Mensah, a Ghanaian creative director at Hollywood, for getting to that height with his multi-tasks skills.
The actor, who played a supporting role in Frank Rajah’s ‘Somewhere In Africa’ and earned him nominations at the Hollywood and African Film Critics’ Awards, and Ghana movie awards, said he learnt how to edit movies due to how some editors were disappointing him with regard to editing his works.
Nartey, who is the head of Repertoire for Movie Management at Zylofon Media, said the youth should be abreast of more skills in order to grab any opportunity that comes their way, adding, “I learnt how to do editing by myself because most of the editors were failing me, and that is what I’m working with now. I wish all young ones would explore other skills and won’t focus on one skill. And they should be go-getters.”