17-year-old filmmaker creates award-winning short film

17-year-old filmmaker Anjini Azhar created a short film that won an Award of Merit for Best Short at the IndieFEST Film Festival.

17-year-old Anjini Azhar has been pursuing acting for the past seven years, and through acting discovered a love for film. She became a filmmaker with her first short film that began as a school project and ended up winning an Award of Merit for Best Short at the IndieFEST Film Festival. Anjini chats about her experience as a young filmmaker and her future projects.

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The short film focuses on eating disorders and is around 10 minutes in length. Watch it below.

THIRD OPTION (Short Film) from Anjini Taneja Azhar on Vimeo.

To help her fundraising efforts for her next film, click here.

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