Tama Leia produces Oscar qualifying film

LOS ANGELES CA – 08-29-2017 (Press Release Jet) — Actress, Writer, Producer, Tama Léia’s anti-drug film, “Strobe” just got accepted into the Oscar qualifying film festival, “Holly Shorts.”

Tama Léia produced this project with her long time friend and producing partner, Josh Shultz.

(The film is Shultz’ directorial debut). 

 

Léia is currently writing and producing several more projects –  slated to come out in 2018:

Teach Peace 

Teach Love 

Teach Decorum 

 

Co-Writer C Lee was quoted saying: 

“Tama Léia is very focused. She works hard to stay informed of worldly events. She writes impactful, heartfelt stories, and looks for beautiful messages to communicate to the world. She often films and edits her ideas and adds narration as a story teller. She keeps herself educated on latest tools and cutting edge technologies in everything she does. She’s very quick! Her team works hard to keep up with her!” 

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