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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.

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