Some of the cr?me de la cr?me of Ghana?s?entertainment industry will tonight converge?at the Silverbird cinemas in Accra to?support award winning Ghanaian actress?Lydia Forson.
The popular brand ambassador for the?last edition of the prestigious Africa Movie?Academy Awards (AMAA) is expected to?make history as she premieres her debut?produced movie, A Letter From Adam, at a?grand red carpet ceremony.
A number of celebrities?took to social media platforms?to pledge their?support. Among them?were Yvonne Okoro,?Eddie Watson, A-Plus?and others.
?Super excited?for this Friday premiere?of Letter?From Adam, a?Lydia Forson?movie?I?m going to?be there?Join me.?Be there on time;?it is not a concert, it?is a premiere?,??actress Yvonne?Okoro said on?instagram.
A Letter From Adam is a?romantic drama directed by?Atlanta-based Ghanaian?director, Sam Kessie, and produced?and written by, Lydia?Forson.
It is a contemporary story?about love, loss and hope that?will draw audience into a?realistic cycle of life seen?through the pain of loss, the?journey of self discovery and?the courage and strength to?find hope in the face of adversity.
Set in the busy, yet simple?city of Accra, A Letter From?Adam seeks to give audience?an often neglected truth about?love?that love doesn?t?always come in the form one?expects it to.
It stars Lydia Forson, Nollywood?s?Wale Ojo, Naa?Ashorkor Mensah-Doku, Akorfa Edjeani, Albert?Jackson, Jeff Kumordzie, Louie Lartey, Fred Kanebi?and a number of other new faces.?Lydia earlier downplayed claims that the story?had something to do with her personal life.
BY Francis Addo
(Twitter: @fdee50 Email: [email protected])