John Turturro is a famous Hollywood personality that has appeared in more than sixty films to his credit. Turturro is one actor who actively supports the arts and he is member of an organization called the New York International Children's Film Festival (NYICFF). This organization is a yearly event that is used for qualifying children between the ages of 3 -18 for Oscar award nominations.
As an actor, Turturro understands how important it is for young child actors to be smart, passionate and believable in their roles. He (and his fellow NYICFF colleagues) wants to promote films that inspire young children and teens to hone their skills and their craft as actors and entertainers. This film festival is important for bring out good talent and skill in the movie industry.
The movie industry is very important and if people cannot act in a way to make their characters believable or realistic the industry would simply collapse. Films and television shows generates billions of dollars and they are responsible for providing millions with work.
Not only that they help people to pass their time through entertainment. So Turturro’s job with qualifying up and coming young talent is crucial because the next generation of performers must be able to keep the film and television industry in good standing.