By Shout-Africa Correspondent – Los Angeles, California: Ghana’s Lead Actress, Nadia Buari attended the opening night Gala for the 19th Annual Pan African Film Festival held at the Culver Plaza Theatre in Los Angeles California. The Award winning actress famous for her role in the African Blockbuster Movie, Beyonce: The President’s Daughter adorned the PAFF Red carpet in a Black Oscar De La Renta gown.
In an interview with the L.A Times News Paper, she expressed that although she did not have any of her Movies showing, she was glad to represent Ghana at the Event. The A-list Actress was accompanied by her Mum and Manager, Khadija Buari.
Established in 1992, the Pan African Film Festival (PAFF) is a non-profit corporation dedicated to the promotion of cultural and racial tolerance and understanding through the exhibition of film, art and creative expression. PAFF presents over 100 quality films from the United States, Africa, the Caribbean, Latin America, Europe, the South Pacific and Canada, all showcasing the diversity and complexity of people of African descent.
Hosted by Nate Parker, the Opening Gala featured the L.A movie Premiere of the upcoming Comedy film 35 and Ticking. Directed by Russ Parr, the film featured a large African American ensemble cast starring Pascal Atuma, Megan Good, Nicole Ari Parker, Mike Epps and Tamala Jones to name a few.
Hosted by Nate Parker, the opening gala featured the L.A movie premiere of the upcoming comedy film 35 and Ticking. The film directed by Russ Parr, features a large African American ensemble cast starring Pascal Atuma, Megan Good, Nicole Ari Parker, Mike Epps and Tamala Jones and others.