Sabrina Carpenter just won an award for a film that her fans haven’t even seen yet!
The 20-year-old actress took home Best Performance for her role in The Short History of the Long Road at Savannah Film Festival!
Sabrina took to her Instagram to say thank you for the award.
“thank you @savfilmfest for awarding me with best performance for @shorthistorylongroad 💫 my heart is full and i feel very grateful you were touched by our story. can’t wait for you all to meet my girl Nola. she drives way better than i do,” Sabrina wrote.
The Short History of the Long Road follows a teenager named Nola who grew up living out of a van with her father. When tragedy strikes, she must confront life on the road alone and take the feel for the first time while dealing with her grief, her past and her new destination.
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Much to the dismay of fans, Girl Meets World has officially been cancelled after three seasons. While we will definitely miss all the nostalgia the Boy Meets World spinoff brought us, no one is more emotional right now than the cast. Shortly after the writers announced the news on Wednesday, the show’s stars Rowan Blanchard (Riley Matthews) and Sabrina Carpenter (Maya) took to social media to share their reactions. While Carpenter shared a sweet snap of the group on set, Blanchard wrote a lengthy note about how much the show meant to her. See their posts ahead.
Per the report, the book which is described as Wild-meets-Endless Love starts out as a romance story but quickly becomes a thriller when two teens meet and fall in love while hiking the treacherous Appalachian Trail.
Carpenter has enjoyed much success on Disney’s Girl Meets World but has also landed gigs on the big screen, namely George Tillman Jr’s The Hate U Give and the upcoming Short History of the Long Road.
Danielle Fishel, who stars in and produces Girl Meets World, will executive produce the film along with Cartel’s Stan Spry, Jeff Holland and Drew Brown.
“Danielle and I have been in love with this book for a while and we’ve found the perfect star and partner to tell this story in Sabrina,” Spry told Deadline. “She’s wildly talented and we’re so excited take this journey with her bringing this epic story to the big screen.”
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