Film School Africa (2017)

What would make someone who has a quickly growing career in the film industry give up everything to go live in Africa? Ask Katie Taylor, a Hollywood casting director who left a lucrative career to teach filmmaking to an impoverished South African community. Soon, she realizes that her students use their films as a means of self-expression and as art-therapy. The moral? The power of story and film can transcend culture and color.

I love the idea that movies can truly come from anywhere. We have the technology to make it happen. We just need the people ready to help others use it and create something special with it.

The best part of this movie is that it really is about the students and how they explain that while once art was only reserved for the rich, now they have the tools to tell their stories to audiences all over the world.

Film School Africa is available on demand from Global Digital Releasing. You can learn more on the official site.

DISCLAIMER: We were sent this movie by its PR team.

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