Michelle Obama celebrates teenage filmmaker who is excelling in storytelling

Michelle Obama celebrates teenage filmmaker who is excelling in storytelling

- Michelle Obama made the day of a 14-year-old filmmaker named Kalia Love

- She penned a lengthy message to celebrate the talented girl who produced, wrote and directed her first animated film

- Michelle described Kalia as hardworking and resourceful

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Former US first lady Michelle Obama is a woman who lives for women empowerment.

The mother-of-two uplifts girls and women she comes across especially the trailblazers and pacesetters.

The author who also doubles as a filmmaker came across the story of a teenage filmmaker named Kalia Love Jones.

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Michelle Obama celebrates teenage filmmaker with passion for storytelling
Michelle Obama was amazed by how Kalia funded the project. Photo: Michelle Obama
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Michelle was in awe of how despite being so young, the 14-year-old is still able to inspire people with her raw talent.

She wrote on Instagram:

“I want to share the story of a talented young filmmaker who recently inspired me. Kalia Love Jones is a 14-year-old from Los Angeles with a passion for storytelling.”

Michelle was blown away by how the youngster produced, wrote and directed her first animated film in 2020.

She said:

“It tells the story of a young girl aspiring to become an architect. Despite experiencing a tragic loss, she’s able to persevere and pursue her dreams.”

She gushed over how Kalia studied filmmaking and paid for the project by herself.

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In other news, the first ladies of the United States are known to have a high sense of fashion, with some using their fashion to support a movement, culture and the fashion industry.

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Michelle Obama stole the show at Joe Biden's inauguration with her outfit while walking hand in hand with her husband, former president Barack Obama.

She was dressed in a Merlot-colored monochromatic belted fit which had a matchup of a palazzo trouser, a turtleneck, a statement belt and on top of all that look, she put on an overcoat designed by Sergio Hudson, who is an African American fashion designer from South Carolina.


Tunde Ososanya, a Legit.ng editor, is a graduate of Mass Communication from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism. He's passionate about what he does and finds fulfillment in informing the people. Ososanya is the author of Later Tonight: a Collection of Short Stories.

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