producer for Huffington Post Live.  Visit his official site or follow him on twitter. Lynn Chen, writer/actress Lynn is best-known for playing “Vivian Shing” in Sony Pictures Classic’s feature film "Saving Face," a role she won the “Outstanding Newcomer Award” for at the 2006 Asian Excellence Awards.  Since then, her movie credits have included “Lakeview Terrace,” “Yes We’re Open,” “Surrogate Valentine,” “Daylight Savings,” “White on Rice,” “The People I’ve Slept With,” and many more. In recent years, Lynn has become known as a successful blogger and body image activist. She has been recognized with numerous awards, including both the People’s & Editor’s Choice for CBS LA’s Most Valuable Blogger. Marie Claire Magazine named her the “New Generation of Social Activists.” As a celebrity spokesperson for NEDA, she is a sought-after speaker, invited to National Conferences and College campuses. Lynn is also a musician, having studied classical piano since the age of seven. Vocally, she is experienced with all types of music – from a cappella (she was the musical director of her group at Wesleyan and The Brearley School) to punk rock (in 2012 she sang with Dischord Record’s E.D. Sedgwick on their European tour). Unafraid to break barriers and stereotypes, Lynn is an artist constantly growing and redefining herself. Currently, she can be heard narrating the national bestelling novel “Crazy Rich Asians” for Random House and is about to begin filming “Sutures” opposite Tzi Ma. Visit her official site for additional information. Pamela Lama, Title Design Pamela is a second generation Tibetan and Nepalese American who was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay area.  She graduated from UC Santa Cruz with her degree in Film and Digital Media.  Pamela currently lives in Los Angeles, where she works as an Assistant Editor for Playboy TV.  She had done work for Guerilla Hollywood and Brave New Films, and has also worked on a number of independent short and feature films, both narrative and documentary. " />

Via Text

a short film by Abe Forman-Greenwald

cast/crew

Abe Forman-Greenwald, writer/director

Abe has been working in film and television for the past ten years as a producer, director, editor, and cinematographer.  He brings all of these talents to “Via Text.”

His narrative and documentary films have appeared in film festivals across the country and his documentary series IN THEIR BOOTS was nominated for Best Series by the International Documentary Association.  

Abe is currently working as a producer for Huffington Post Live.  Visit his official site or follow him on twitter.

Lynn Chen, writer/actress

Lynn is best-known for playing “Vivian Shing” in Sony Pictures Classic’s feature film "Saving Face," a role she won the “Outstanding Newcomer Award” for at the 2006 Asian Excellence Awards.  Since then, her movie credits have included “Lakeview Terrace,” “Yes We’re Open,” “Surrogate Valentine,” “Daylight Savings,” “White on Rice,” “The People I’ve Slept With,” and many more.

In recent years, Lynn has become known as a successful blogger and body image activist. She has been recognized with numerous awards, including both the People’s & Editor’s Choice for CBS LA’s Most Valuable Blogger. Marie Claire Magazine named her the “New Generation of Social Activists.” As a celebrity spokesperson for NEDA, she is a sought-after speaker, invited to National Conferences and College campuses.

Lynn is also a musician, having studied classical piano since the age of seven. Vocally, she is experienced with all types of music – from a cappella (she was the musical director of her group at Wesleyan and The Brearley School) to punk rock (in 2012 she sang with Dischord Record’s E.D. Sedgwick on their European tour).

Unafraid to break barriers and stereotypes, Lynn is an artist constantly growing and redefining herself. Currently, she can be heard narrating the national bestelling novel “Crazy Rich Asians” for Random House and is about to begin filming “Sutures” opposite Tzi Ma.

Visit her official site for additional information.

Pamela Lama, Title Design

Pamela is a second generation Tibetan and Nepalese American who was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay area.  She graduated from UC Santa Cruz with her degree in Film and Digital Media.  Pamela currently lives in Los Angeles, where she works as an Assistant Editor for Playboy TV.  She had done work for Guerilla Hollywood and Brave New Films, and has also worked on a number of independent short and feature films, both narrative and documentary.