A 2016 motion picture composed, delivered and coordinated by Stephanie Linus,’Dry’ is as yet having extraordinary effect far and wide three years after the fact.
The motion picture has been chosen to screen for the second time at the exceptionally pined for Pan African Film and Arts Festival (PAFF) in Los Angeles, USA this February, and as a prelude to the celebration, Mrs. Linus was perceived at the first historically speaking Blacks In Cinema introduction.
The occasion occurred at the Los Angeles City Council Chambers as of late. Los Angeles City Council President Herb J. Wesson commenced the Black History Month by respecting the on-screen characters and producers who prepared for individuals varying backgrounds to be spoken to in film.
With the assistance of some unbelievable African-American performing artists and movie producers, the day was formally declared Blacks In Cinema day in Los Angeles.
Top dark Celebrities the performer met amid the occasion incorporate Bill Duke, Tina Knowles, Fred Williamson and numerous others.