The Inquirer (Monrovia)

Liberia: New Liberian Movie Storms the City

A new enterprising Liberian movies "The Senator's Secret" which promises to thrill Liberians from all walks of life is presently on the market.

The new movies, which features one of Liberia's hottest movies stars, Evelyn Fairley is the kingdom Promoters entertainment and a Bethel Onyeneke's Film.

The lead role in the Movie, Evelyn Fairley, who walked into the offices of The INQUIRER on Wednesday, said the movie that was released on Tuesday in Monrovia is presently on sale at the First Image Business Center, opposite Mama Sheriff Restaurant on Carey Street and UN Drive Supermarket at the cost of US$5 for copy.

According to Madam Fairley who was once crowned Miss ECOWAS 2005/2006, the movie also features little Alleia Onyeneke, daughter of Bishop Bethel Onyeneke, of the Solution Temple and other actors and actresses.

The Miss ECOWAS 2005/2006 said the movies industry in Liberia is growing to some large extent since she got involved. She also praised Bishop Onyeneke who has been influential in ensuring that the Liberian Movies is compared with its international counterparts.

The Movie Star also challenged up-coming actors and actresses to be creative and appreciative of what they can do instead of imitating others. "Let us speak like ourselves and appreciate who we are.

Not everyone is a star and so we all can not be stars. All we need to do is work together in improving the industry," she warned.

The Liberian Movies Star has praised the Liberian populace and other nationals for the level of support they have given in promoting and buying the Liberian Movies.

"We are only appealing to some of the citizens who are in the constant habits of tearing the posters to stop. It is not a good sign for us," she added.

According to her, the shooting and setting of the movies was done in Monrovia and its environs, while the production was partly done in Liberia and Nigeria.

She added, "Liberia has something to be proud of and I see a brighter future for the movies industry in the country".

Quizzed as to how she became successful in her carrier, the Miss ECOWAS 2005/2006 who is the brain behind the 'Evelyn Fairley productions Incorporated' said "it is only through prayers that I have made it. My dream is to see Liberian Movies on the world map."

She also disclosed that some of the Liberian movies that were produced are presently sold out of Liberia, including Ghana, Nigeria, Guinea and the United States of America among others.

She said her movies will be screened on the Africa magic shortly, something that Liberians would also be proud of.

Since she started her movies production in the country, she has been featured in more than ten movies, including others that are expected to be released shortly. Some of the movies in which she has been featured are 'Games, Me, Myself and & I', 'Uncovered' and the most recent one "The senator's Secret".

Madam Fairley who also has her fashion House, Evelyn Fairley Production Incorporated' in Monrovia is also specialized in fashioning designs, organizing beauty pageants, training the younger ones for modeling, and other related works.

She was the organizer of the recent Miss Education that was held last year, where a student of the St. Teresa Convent, Weltee Robison emerged as winner of the pageant.

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