Promising Young Short Filmmakers

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Without a doubt, the previous generations produced some of the most talented individuals ever seen. They paved the way for the more recent generations and created so many ample opportunities for them to showcase their creative talents in independent filmmaking. 

The following filmmakers should receive some praise:

John Prince Wright is an Australian filmmaker, writer, director, and producer who has garnered recognition and popularity from a young age for his budding talents. In 2014, he received an award as the Young Australian Filmmaker of the Year and has since produced many exemplary movies. His growing reputation steered him to create his own independent film production company, named Price Wright Productions.

Conrad Faraj is an American filmmaker who has wisely directed three films: “The Colors of Desire,” “Fighting the Sky,” and “The Wind is Watching.” As a 27-year-old, Faraj is extremely talented and undoubtedly has plenty of time to further develop their craft.

Ozlem Altingoz is a Turkish filmmaker who has produced several short films, the most popular of which is her horror-filled thesis for her school project, titled “Birth.” She is another young filmmaker to look out for their accomplishments.