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The GARF is committed to helping the next generation of independent filmmakers. In 2016, George A. Romero worked with the Douglas Education Center in Monessen, Pennsylvania, to re-launch its filmmaking program. The GARF will continue to honor George's vision by raising funds for students who wish to participate in the program. If you are interested in donating toward an individual scholarship or to create an endowment, click here or on the Donate Now link below. To visit the George A. Romero's Filmmaking Program's website, click the link below.

FLICKER

Douglas Education Center students of both George A. Romero’s Filmmaking Program and Tom Savini’s Special Make-Up Effects Program are working together with industry professionals on a new web series launched in October by horror media outfit Bloody Disgusting. The series is called Flicker and aims to join horror industry pros with students in collaboration full of thrills, chills and creativity. The directors of the series so far have included Tom Savini, Tina Romero and Robert Tinnell with more horror industry names sure to join in. Tinnell, who is the Director of George A. Romero’s Filmmaking Program at DEC, hopes the series will foster enjoyment for anyone who is a fan of the horror genre. 

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