Dry, the film written, produced and directed by Stephanie Linus is in 2019 still making great impact around the world.
The movie is being screened for the second time at the highly coveted Pan African Film & Arts Festival (PAFF) in L.A this February, and as a prelude to the festival, Mrs Linus was recognized at the first ever Blacks In Cinema presentation.
Los Angeles City Council President Herb J. Wesson kicked off the Black History Month by honoring the actors and filmmakers who paved the way for people all walks of life.
In 2016, Dry won Best Narrative Feature at the PAFF. It screens again on Feb 9th, Feb 13th and Feb 18 with an interactive session after the opening night.
DRY has made immense positive impact across the world in changing the narrative concerning child marriage and other forms of social injustice.
Dry is back at the festival this year due to its world-class production quality and continuous importance in global human rights advocacy.
Stephanie Linus speaking at the Los Angeles City Council.