A documentary on land issues in Liberia, titled “The Land Beneath Our Feet,” is expected to be launched locally over the next couple of days.
A group of young people under the banner of Lo-Faces, alternatively known as the Faces of Lofa, have embarked on the production of new Liberian movies in the county.
In what was an otherwise smooth launch of businessman Benoni Urey’s new All Liberian Party, jostling and pushing in the crowd led to several attendees being injured, including the Liberian movie star Samaguan.
The Accountability Lab in Liberia has nominated five finalists for its 2015 Integrity Idol award, as part of its campaign to recognize public servants who exhibit integrity and accountability.
The Liberia Film Institute, in collaboration with the Accountability Lab, has screened a new set of films produced by students of its film school.
This week on LTEN TV’s “A Lone Star Rises”, the artists competed in a 3rd challenge – Ride the Beat. If you want to be a musician, you also have to have rhythm. The artists were given a beat and a theme to come up with a song that represents their unique style. They paired up to ride the beat.
This week on “A Lone Star Rises,” the artists receive their second challenge. Challenge 2: I think I can sing. Most superstars can sing, act, and dance. Singing is not only about the words. It’s about conveying a feeling and connecting with the audience. In this challenge, the artists will partner up with another artist to sing a duet with no words.
This week on “A Lone Star Rises,” the artists receive their first challenge.
Challenge #1: Choreography is key for stage performance. If you want to be a triple threat, you have to be able to dance. You have 45 minutes to learn a dance routine with choreographer Faith Will. You will perform this routine simultaneously with another artist.