The stories of these migrants are portrayed in the movie Fire at Sea, one of several movies being shown during this year’s EuroLiberian Film Festival. The documentary juxtaposes the migrants’ dangerous journey against a background of the ordinary lives of residents on the Italian island, Lampedusa, where many of these migrants first land on European soil.
Liberia (and the sub-region in general) is not devoid of good film and video producers. If only we can work together to demand more, support more, and expect more of ourselves cooperatively.
U.S. based Liberian artist Romeo Mulbah affectionally known as 2C has urged Liberian musicians to keep on persevering.
Mulbah made the statement Wednesday, March 14th upon his arrival at the Roberts International Airport for a five-day visit to the country.
The Development Education Network Liberia (DEN-L), has concluded a peace and reconciliation musical show in Gbarnga.
U.S.-based Liberian artist 2C is expected to soon release his new single, “Mr. Mechanic,” along with an official music video in Liberia.
A botched opening will likely make Elizabeth Village a cautionary tale of the dangers of opening an establishment before prime time.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has urged Liberians to protect, maintain, and defend the refurbished National Museum to enable it to grow.
The National Museum of Liberia, which was neglected during Liberia’s protracted civil crisis and saw many of its items stolen, has come alive again.