The Love Weah Movies Production has completed its internationally accepted series with a call to national government through the National Legislature to allocate US$1 million in the national budget for the country’s entertainment industry.
The production screw after the set said the funds when allocated should particularly be for film making, and ensure the establishment of a film academy in the country as part of efforts to guarantee job creation and revenue generation for the government.
The production industry is owned by renowned international based Liberian actress Love Weah Gray. The series named “Boss Chicks” was teased at a news conference held in Monrovia on Tuesday, October 4, prior to its official premier view on December 25, as it was produced and directed by Love Weah and Tarr “Jay U Boye“ Woryonwon, inematographed by Gardea Menyor.
Speaking during the event, the group’s Producer and Director Tarr D. Woryonwon disclosed that the series features three beautiful Liberian women whose desperation for money and luxuries drove them to faking life and deceiving their victims into falling in love with them and milking their every cent.
He said that drama and betrayal then follow and lead to disaster, crippling their relationship, noting, “These women were played by Love Weah, Natasha Smith and Rica. Our series Boss Chicks was not only shot to entertain you but to get rid of the narrative that Liberian film does not have a future.”
Woryonwon emphasized that the film was produced to also help erase the negative perception that Liberian movies do not have a place in the rebuilding process of the nation, stressing that that if the country’s film industry is to boost the economy adequate opportunities and attention should be provided by not only the government, but other well-meaning organizations and philanthropists in the country.
He explained further that the film industry of any nation helps to improve the economy, and as such, Liberia is no exception, indicating that more jobs will be created if investment is done in the entertainment industry, especially film production in Liberia, as well as Liberia will be a center of attraction for tourists if the necessary supports are provided film companies operating in the country, through budgetary allotment.
“Our series Boss Chicks though entertaining but it also focuses on tourism attractions. Attractions that even some Liberians home and abroad never knew existed. The Boss Chicks series shines a light on the significant role Liberian film can play in revitalizing tourist destinations in Liberia,” he maintained.
However, Aurica Synder, one of the winners of the first Big Brabee Liberia reality TV show, and comedian Paul Flomo, are also featured in the series.
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