Nollywood actress, Mercy Aigbe-Gentry, is not relenting at all and in contributing her own quota to the Nigerian film industry and the economy at large, the actress has just floated her film academy.

 The actress now joins the likes of Yul Edochie, Toyin Aimakhu, Helen Paul and others in the trend towards ensuring that they help those who intend to act but cannot afford to go to universities to acquire the basic academic knowledge.

Identifying the school as ‘The MAG SCHOOL OF DRAMA’ the actress explains that the school offers a 4-month training in acting, scriptwriting, movie making, stage management and other dramatic studies which will go a long way in changing the movie system of the country.

According to the actress, “This project means a lot to me, I have received a lot of requests especially from my fans about creating a platform to tutor aspiring actors and I am glad we have finally kicked off. Students will be under the tutelage of well-rounded and experienced instructors who will help them build a solid foundation and develop skills needed to succeed in the highly competitive field.”