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    16-Year-Old, Nader Nadernejad Is Impacting The World Around Him While Taking a Bigger Plunge Into His Career Via Constructing Nader Special Film

     

    Nader Nadernejad is a 16-year-old media personality who in May of 2011 released the “Sappy Love Video” causing a jump-start on his career.

     

    The video was leaked onto Reddit causing him to accumulate over 100,000 fans worldwide.

     

    Since then, he has worked alongside various producer oriented platforms, both online and throughout the community. Nader is very passionate about media. His work has been featured on television, radio, and various international websites.

     

    At age 16, Nader interviewed CBC Chief Correspondent, Peter Mansbridge, who told him "You want to be you." This motto stuck with him, alongside his very own, "Our flaws are our allies."

     

    Today, Nader certainly continues to strive to be himself, while spreading positivity and motivating the public to embrace their inner-selves -- as his ultimate goal is to impact the world around him.

     

    ‘Nader Special Film’ was started because of the need of an outlet for this young man to fix a part of him and express himself not just through words but by moving pictures as well.

     

    Having a good heart to reach out to many people, the proceeds from Nader Special Film shall go directly to The Canadian Red Cross.

     

    Although NSF is in its developmental stage, Nader acknowledges that the true challenge will be looking back at the poignant scenes and feeling lost as it ties in with why he’s making the films.

     

    Most of all, what it making his business different is cause it offers personal, and superimposed messages about the world.

     

    “I started ‘Nader Special Film’ because I needed an outlet and wanted to express myself through more than just words – using moving pictures is one of the most solid solutions.

     

    Life is one big moving picture, and that's exactly what I wanted to emulate. All proceeds from Nader Special Film go directly to The Canadian Red Cross, which helps improve everybody's picture.

     

    First of all, I made this company to fix a part of myself and help people. I did not make this company to compete with anybody. Because of this, I don't see anybody or anything as a challenge.

     

    Although the plan is in its developmental stage, I know the true challenge will be looking back at the poignant scenes, and feeling lost as it ties in with why I am creating the films in the first place.

     

    Our film company is different because it offers personal, superimposed messages about the world around us. We created NSF to help counter inner-affliction, and help raise funds for people in need through online revenue and donations.

     

    This is one major component that separates us from others.

     

    Our plan is still in its developmental stages at the moment, but the stir it is causing has me in awe.

     

    Since we created NSF to help counter inner-affliction, and help raise funds for people in need through online revenue and donations. That is really the largest way NSF is unlike would be competitors.” said, Nader Nadernejad, founder Nader Special Film

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