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Love, faith and ambition in the digital age

The romantic drama ‘How We Met’ explores love, faith and ambition in the digital age – where life looks great online, but reality is a different story.

How We Met follows the journey of how Francesca and Joseph came to meet. Francesca is an ambitious dreamer who is questioning her dating choices. Joseph is a hopeless romantic who is finding it hard to let go of the only woman he’s ever loved. The series takes us on their journey to finding each other and how it impacts the moment they met.

“I wanted to create a show that didn’t shy away from talking about faith, in a natural and not preachy way. Just showing the lifestyles of young Christians in modern society, the positive sides more so than the negatives.” Loriamah (Writer)

It’s a story that many can relate to, especially in a time where we showcase our best moments on social media but don’t show the challenges and low moments that we all go through from time to time.

The series is due to be released on August 15 2022 on the Yellow Heart Entertainment YouTube channel – https://www.youtube.com/c/YellowHeartEntertainment at 7pm BST time.

How We Met is a Yellow Heart Entertainment production. Yellow Heart Entertainment aims to empower and promote diverse talent from different cultural backgrounds to tell inspiring stories, especially from a faith-based perspective.

Series is produced by Loriamah Skerrit and directed by Pharez Aouad.

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