Warner Bros. Partners with LAUSD, Young Storytellers, and Ghetto Film School to Create Two New In-School Programs to Teach Storytelling and Filmmaking
These programs partner with LAUSD, Young Storytellers, and Ghetto Film School to teach storytelling and filmmaking. They have been piloted in 16 schools across LA.
Launched under the Studio’s social impact platform, WB Good, the 10-week programs have been piloted in 16 middle and high schools across Los Angeles
Warner Bros. Entertainment has partnered with the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) and nonprofits Young Storytellers and Ghetto Film School (GFS) to create two new in-school programs, Story Lab and First Cut, designed to cultivate the next generation of storytellers and filmmakers. As the first new programs launched under WB Good, the Studio’s social impact platform, this public-private partnership offers participating students the opportunity to gain hard and soft skills pertinent to the entertainment business, as well as unprecedented access to the industry. The announcement was made today by Kevin Tsujihara, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Warner Bros.