Monrovia – Gregory Frank Artus, a bonafide actor, director, and producer in both the Nollywood and Ghallywood film genre is hoping to ignite interest in series television in his homeland Liberia, with the pilot series Back to My Roots. The goal, Artus says was to bring back the feel of Malawala Balawala and Three is a Crowd, two popular television series of the late 1980s which warmed the hearts of Liberians far and wide. So, they’ve hired Fast Studios to do this television series which is titled Back to My Roots, a television series that has twelve episodes and two seasons. After acting in minor roles in Liberia, Artus wrote, directed, and starred in the movie Juetey (Children’s Business). So, every sector will benefit from the film industry and that why Nollywood now generates US600,000 million dollars in revenues for government on a yearly basis.
Source: Front Page Africa May 04, 2021 07:41 UTC