From the glitz and glamor of Los Angeles to the vibrant streets of Rome, Ariel’s films have wowed audiences across the globe, winning an astonishing 118 awards and earning 54 nominations.

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With a trajectory that shows no signs of slowing down, Ariel Lavi is undoubtedly the next big thing in the film industry. His unique blend of passion, talent, and innovation ensures that his star will only continue to rise. Not one to rest on his laurels, Ariel’s latest script, ‘Sightless Bind,’ has already garnered three awards, while his short film ‘Metanoia’ continues to rake in accolades across the globe. With a knack for storytelling that transcends borders, Ariel has swiftly climbed the ranks to become a prominent figure in the global film industry. Stay tuned, because Ariel Lavi is redefining the future of film, and his star is only going to shine brighter, but for now, check our conversation with the dashing man himself!

Welcome to L’Officiel India Ariel! Congratulations on the success of “Dangerous Silence”! Can you share the inspiration behind this screenplay and what it means to you?

It was about a true story, I wanted to show the problem of sex exploitation.

How do you stay inspired and keep your ideas fresh when starting a new project?

I’m looking for new stories every day in order to create a new film, I want to make successful films

As someone who has worked in various capacities in the film industry, do you have a favorite film genre or a particular type of story you love to tell?

I like to write about all genres.

Your films have been recognized in diverse countries and cultures. How do different cultural perspectives influence your storytelling and production process?

I’m producing and writing in an international method and working with only local teams from each country.

Can you give us a sneak peek into any upcoming projects or films you’re excited about?

I’m working on new films in the US. It will be big.

What’s the most memorable film festival experience you’ve had, either as a judge or as a participant?

As a film producer and screenwriter- all the film festivals were great. It’s hard to choose one. As a Judge, Sunset Film Festival was the most prestigious

Out of all the films you’ve produced or written, which one holds a special place in your heart and why?

All of them were great but my film I produced in Mexico Metanoia and and my film I wrote and produced in Nigeria Dangerous Silence because they were in countries I didn’t know before. In Mexico I didn’t know Spanish , but I found a crew where most of them are speaking English.  In Nigeria, it was the most challenging.

What is the best piece of advice you would give to someone looking to break into the film industry?

The best advice I would give someone looking to break into the film industry is to be motivated and work hard. This industry is incredibly competitive, and persistence is key.

Actor or actress you dream of collaborating with?

Leonardo DiCaprio.

?What is your first thing when you get a new screenplay idea?

Focus on the plot