was talking of opening up airwaves saying it was going to improve production and competition which would also call for top drawer quality.
“The problem is that there are artistes who are in the industry just for money. They are not driven by passion but by money. I believe money should come as a result of passion — a by-product of what one does out of unconditional willingness and not vice versa,” said Dorcas.
She added that although the drama film Xola Sitha was not her first arts production, having written another one that is yet to come out — The Brotherly Covenant, she feels she is not lost in the arts and urged women to take up the challenge and get their stories out.
“I think a lot of women out there should be involved more in the films industry. I challenge them to get out of their shells and tell their stories. They shouldn’t be afraid of the uknown,” she said.