I've observed that several producers/directors prefer screenplays that tell a story of their country's culture and we've watched several movies that either speak of their politics, religion, myths, etc. Most of which are either western or Indian. Good no doubt but what if they try and step out of this sphere and do something new? I understand doing something new could be dangerous but a perfect movie is not based on an individual's idea solely. Directors add or remove what should or shouldn't enter into the movie. We've not seen anything on African politics, religion etc but I bet there are hundreds, thousands of scripts that have been abandoned for lack of sponsorship. No one looks at them as probably, most producers want something they can easily relate with their society. Bottom line here's, Africa doesn't have up to 2% what it takes to make a standard movie that reflects their culture and they're great, new and intriguing. An appeal to pull the attention of producers and directors to tell the world a new story. This has made African films look more western than it ought. If there are reasons why this is so, other than the lack of African expertise and sponsorship, please feel free to state them.