18-year-old Turkish national Nepal Arslan won the best film award in the drama category this year with his short film “Strings” at the All-American High School Film Festival, the world's largest high school film festival organized by the New York Film Academy.
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ISTANBUL (TR) - The All-American High School Film Festival, considered the world's largest inter-high school film festival, hosted approximately 5,000 films from more than 40 countries this year. In the festival organized by the New York Film Academy, one of the world's most prestigious film institutions, Turkish young director Nepal Arslan won the “Best Drama” award for his filmings Strings Yay. The young director of the New York University Tisch School of the Arts Film Program, Nepal Arslan received a 45,000-dollar scholarship to continue his film studies.
Nepal Arslan, who made a short speech at the award ceremony, expressed his passion for film and storytelling as follows: From my childhood, I dreamed of working as a filmmaker. I have constantly tried to improve myself in this area. I signed many short films and commercials. My recent work, esi Strings, büyük honored me with the award. I believe that there is a special story that will inspire and inspire people to do better both for themselves and those around them. I
Young Director Nepal Arslan's dakikalık Strings 12, which he edited as a 12-minute short film, deals with the overcoming of the pressures a young girl encounters in school and home life. The girl, who plays the cello and struggles with ambition for her classical music career, talks about her expectations, how she manages, and her turbulent and emotional relationship with her father and teacher.
The All-American High School Film Festival (AAHSFF) is a festival of young filmmakers from around the world at the New York Film Festival. Future filmmakers are rewarded for their work, and support is provided to continue their education. The festival, which helps young people discover themselves, offers numerous projects and provides young people with opportunities for higher education, scholarships, and technical equipment.
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