Naya Rivera of Glee fame has directed a short film for America’s Immigrant Heritage Month
Glee star Naya Rivera has turned director for a new short film in honour of America’s Immigrant Heritage Month. The 27-year-old actress-singer stepped behind the camera for her project, Love, America, debuted online on Tuesday, reports contactmusic.com.
In the three-minute film, a mysterious piece of paper is passed from person to person, as each of their immigrant stories are revealed. Rivera’s film is part of non-profit organisation Welcome.Us’ campaign for June’s Immigrant Heritage month, which is a nationwide effort to gather and share inspirational stories of immigration in America.