Rebuilding Liberia's cinema after Ebola
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Women of Africa: Bringing art-house cinema to Liberia

Pandora Hodge is bringing cinema to the masses through Kriterion Monrovia, which screens films to communities around Liberia's capital.

During the Ebola outbreak, Ms Hodge and her team were forced to stop screenings, so they set about raising awareness of the virus through door-to-door campaigns.

Now the country has been declared free of Ebola transmission, Kriterion Monrovia is set to open its first art-house cinema.

The country's last modern-day cinema shut down during the civil war in the 1990s.

Women of Africa is a BBC season recognising inspiring women across the continent. The second series, Africa's New Businesswomen, introduces eight female entrepreneurs who are finding success in their country - and beyond.

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  • 10 Feb 2016
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