Simply a month prior, Pakistani-American narrative producer Mohammed Ali Naqvi turned into an individual from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and presently he has accomplished another achievement — his narrative Turning Point: 9/11 and the War on Terror for Netflix has been selected for an Emmy Award.
Naqvi shared the enormous news on Instagram on Friday and expressed, “We just got assigned for an Emmy !!! ‘Remarkable Politics and Government Documentary’.”
A year prior, the narrative began to drift on the OTT site and got itself a gesture from Kim Kardashian along with The Shining creator Stephen King.
As per a public statement gave by The Emmys, the narrative has been selected in the Outstanding Politics and Government Documentary classification, contending with 3212 Un-Redacted by ABC, Obama: In Search of as More Perfect Union and A La Calle by HBO and Mayor by PBS.
Defining moment: 9/11 and the War on Terror is a five-section docuseries made for the streaming site. It reports the assaults that happened on September 11, 2001 in New York as well as the occasions that occurred among US and Afghanistan.
The narrative gets going with the heartbreaking occasions of 9/11, Al Qaeda, a fear based oppressor gathering’s underlying foundations during the 1980s to America’s reaction.
Netflix portrayed the narrative as “a durable narrative of the September 11, 2001 assaults on the US, offering enlightening points of view and individual accounts of how the devastating occasions of that day redirected the country.”
The beneficiary of two Amnesty International Human Rights Awards and a Grand Prix from the United Nations Association Festival, Naqvi served as co-executive producer Naqvi filled in as co-leader maker of the docu-series. Defining moment: 9/11 and the War on Terror was coordinated by Brian Knappenberger.
The 74th Emmy Awards will happen in September.