My name is Aria Harrell, and I am a film major at the University of Miami. I am also studying psychology because I believe that as a filmmaker, I have the power to create films that tap into our unconscious mind and reflect back to us what we may be unaware of.
My passion for filmmaking began when I worked as an actress at the Sundance Directors Lab. There, I witnessed the transformative power of cinema and the way it has the ability to open people's hearts and minds. It was a profound experience, and from that moment on, I was committed to using my talents to create meaningful change in the world.
At the age of 17, I created my first film on human trafficking, which won an international award. It was a project that was very close to my heart, as I had always been passionate about social justice issues. The experience of creating that film solidified my belief in the power of storytelling and its ability to inspire empathy and positive change.
Since then, I have continued to work on impactful film projects, striving to make a difference in the world one film at a time. I believe that films have the power to entertain and educate, to inspire and enlighten, and to bring people together in a shared experience.
As I continue my studies in psychology, I am constantly learning about the intricacies of the human mind and how we can use this knowledge to create films that have a profound impact on our audience. I am excited about the future and the possibilities that lie ahead, and I am committed to using my skills and passion to create films that make a difference in the world.