Loving Life Productions | Lost Premiere Review

Indy Star Network covered the red carpet premiere of “Lost” a film by Lakesha Lorene produced by Loving Life Productions.

Starring: Nakia White, David Beamen, Dija Henry, Tijideen Rowley, David Bingham and LaKesha Lorene. Also featuring Jared Winslow, Lavell Brooks, Kennedy Lavon Fisher, JaTaun T. Durden, Jeannie Wilks Shaw, Charity Wheeler, Jessica Pace, King Perry, Banza Pandora Townsend, Tina “TL” Harris, Andrea Hardy, and Brittany Taylor.

Videography by Victor Miller and Director of Photography Chris Fry

Makeup by Rachael Ward

Promotional Flyer by Jeannie Wilks Shaw

Check out cast interviews, watch the trailer and hear reviews about the film; about love, forgiveness and family.

Held at Georgetown Theater, the film was supported by so many arriving early and dressed to impress.  The cast greeted attendees and posed for photos before the film

and director Lakesha Lorene conducted a brief q & a following the viewing.

The film displayed multiple relationship dynamics but most notable that of family and how important it is for us to push through our issues; to be open

and available to pray and come alongside others.

Lakesha Lorene’s and Loving Life Productions mission to produce projects with a purpose and all of the cast confirmed that upon reading the script they received just that.

While still providing humor through relationship challenges, the underlying messages did not go unnoticed.

Keep up with Loving Life Productions at www.lovinglifeproductions.com and keep it locked to www.indystarnetwork.com for all things exclusive.


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Photo credit: Chandra Lynch | Ankh Photography

Video Credit: Felisha Williams | Indy Star Network 

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