"Lilwin and Banku Go to School," "Cocoa Krakye," and "Yaa Boatemaa" are popular 2014 movies from Ghana on Twi. Some other popular movies are "Asofo Aware," "Obroni Hianii" and "Adven Bone."
The Ghanaian movie industry has been producing movies since 1957, but makes only about 100 movies per year as of 2015. The industry is stagnant due to competition from Nigeria, where the movie industry generated nearly $20 million in 2007 and was the country's largest employer by 2012.
Twi is the common name for two former dialects of the Akan language. Nearly 9 million people in Ghana, mainly in the Ashanti region, speak Twi. Nevertheless, most Ghanaian movies are made in English.