Actress turned producer, Lydia Forson is starting 2015 with good news. Her first produced movie “A Letter From Adam” has been selected as one of the movies to be screened at the 23rd Pan African Film Festival in Los Angeles.
A Letter From Adam, is a romantic drama directed by Atlanta-based Ghanaian director Sam Kessie and produced and written by Lydia Forson.
An excited Lydia posted this good news on her instagram page
“What a great way to begin the year!!! ‘A Letter From Adam’ has just been selected for the 23rd Pan African Film Festival in Los Angeles. This is my first film, my very first and it’s all so surreal to me. I cannot put into words the battles and challenges I’ve had to go through because of this movie. But things like this make it all worth it.”
“God continues to direct my path and I thank everyone who’s been with me every step of the way. Especially those who’ve had to endure my endless chatter, complaints, and every crazy behavior I’ve exhibited because of this process. We creatives can be insane sometimes. #ALFA”
Pan African Film Festival (PAFF) 2015 takes place from February 5 to February 16 in Los Angeles’ all-digital Rave Cinemas 15 Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza.
Lydia Forson is gunning for awards as an actress, producer and also a writer at the upcoming 2015 edition of Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards (AMCVAs).