Petrol the Series was nominated for 5 categories at this year’s IAWTV Awards in Los Angeles! Nominations include: Best Directing for Ant Horasanli, Best Dramatic Series, Best Editing, Best Sound and Best Ensemble Drama.
The prestigious International Academy of Web Television will host its 5th IAWTV Awards at a gala celebration honoring the best in streaming series on October 4, 2017, in the Ahmanson Ballroom at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles.
For more information about the festival visit: www.iawtv.org
The Scottish Geek Network includes Petrol the Series on it’s list of web series to check out from across the Pond.
Check out their blog post here: The Age of The Webseries – Part I: Outside the UK
Matt takes on his first assignment and learns the true identity of The Employer.
Alexei is unhappy with his brother’s handling of the business. Arsen remains tight lipped about his secret source.
Arsen’s brother arrives from Russia to check in on his brother’s operation. A hit is put out on both of them.
Ant Horasanli’s first film was the award-winning documentary Redline which won “Best Documentary Feature” in 2003 at the Long Island, New York Film Festival.
In 2008 he wrote, produced, and directed, Lost Journey. The film garnered support from Telefilm Canada and was released theatrically in multiplex’s throughout Toronto and Los Angeles. The screenplay is on display at the Academy for Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Lost Journey was acquired by distributor Mongrel Media and sold to Super Channel and Netflix.
In 2011, Ant was awarded a full production grant by the Ontario Arts Council to produce a feature length documentary in Turkey. His most recent short film, Inhibit, premiered at the Art Gallery of Ontario and went on to play at the Museum of London.
On July 28th 2014, Ant began production on his second feature film Gear, a crime drama filmed in Montreal, Quebec City, and the Greater Toronto Area. Gear is currently slated for release in 2017.