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Teens try out college, entertainment worlds in Ghetto Film School-LMU program

Teens try out college, entertainment worlds in Ghetto Film School-LMU program

The Ghetto Film School started in the South Bronx as a way to encourage and mentor teens from low-income neighborhoods who might want to pursue careers as filmmakers. Founded in 2000, the program has taught movie- and TV-making skills to hundreds of students. Naturally, when GFS was looking to expand its reach beyond the New York area, its first choice was the moviemaking capital of the world, Los Angeles. The Los Angeles chapter debuted last summer out of offices near MacArthur Park. SIGN UP for the free Indie Focus movies newsletter >> This summer the program expanded when Loyola Marymount University in Westchester, which has a heralded film school, created a College...

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