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Letia Solomon is an award-winning filmmaker and actress based in Los Angeles, California. She studied Chemical Engineering and worked as a Materials & Processing Engineer in Aerospace before pursuing her true calling of film.

Letia received an MFA in TV & Film Production from USC and her thesis film, The Cypher, premiered at the 2020 Tribeca Film Festival, received USC’s 2020 First Look Faculty Award for Outstanding Director, featured in CAA’s 2020 Moebius Short Film Showcase, and received the 2021 Pan African Film Festival Programmer’s Choice Award for Best Short Film. As a finalist of the 2020 ABFF HBO Competition, The Cypher is currently streaming on HBO MAX. She recently directed a coming of age proof of concept, 3 Blind Mice, set in Baltimore and a comedic mockumentary short film, Clones that premiered at the 2022 BlackStar Film Festival. Clones won the Lionsgate/STARZ Award for Best Speculative Fiction Film. Her steamy medieval comedy romance script The Queen, The Knight, and The Witch won funding from the 2022 Tribeca x CHANEL Through Her Lens Female Filmmaking Program in New York City.

Letia also had the pleasure of Co-Producing a NAACP Image Awards nominated virtual production short film Fathead written & directed by c. Craig Patterson, funded under USC’s Entertainment Technology Center. Fathead was filmed on LED volume stages using Unreal Engine virtual environments, 3D scanning, photogrammetry, motion capture, MetaHumans, and VFX for advanced narrative storytelling. Learn more about the virtual production process here. 


Letia has a bold visual style that champions edgy, heartfelt and comedic stories of femininity, duality, and discovering self-identity. She shadowed during Season 6 of ABC/Shondaland's firefighter series, Station 19 and writes, directs, and produces for both film and television. 

Management | Luber Roklin Entertainment | Randy Kiyan


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