Who am I?
My name is Samu Gabor and I started creating motion images at the early age of 9. I was accepted to college in grade 11 and currently studying film in New York. I got into film to use the medium to convey important messages that reflect today's society and start discussions among viewers. I completed a diploma course at the age of 12, having made my first short-film then. I moved, in 2016, to Berlin, along with my family, due to politics. In 2018 I wrote and directed my first big-budget short-film that was shot called Girl with a Pendant. Later that summer, I directed a mini-docu series around migrants living in Berlin and their integration into society. During a summer camp, I shot and edited a short film that was nominated for narrative short at Cleveland International Film Festival. The same year I wrote and directed an Amazon Prime short called True Colors of Society that touched on racial issues. In my first semester of college, I made a short documentary that is now running at film festivals and has received several awards and prizes. As I currently reside in New York, I hope to further my knowledge in the industry and make a difference.