WHAT WE DO

SCHOLARSHIPS & FELLOWSHIPS 

DOUGLAS EDUCATION CENTER

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.

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STEELTOWN ENTERTAINMENT PROJECT

Funding is often a filmmaker’s biggest obstacle. Fundraising can burden artists and distract them from their projects. The GARF is pleased to partner with Steeltown to help provide independent filmmakers access to new funding opportunities. 

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The George A Romero Fellowship in partnership with Salem Horror Fest

We are excited to partner with the Salem Horror Fest as part of our commitment to support a new generation of filmmakers and artists inspired by George’s legacy. Salem’s history and reputation as a Halloween town is the perfect backdrop to tell new scary stories with a social thread.

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HORROR STUDIES COLLECTION

The GARF is excited to contribute the George A. Romero Archival Collection to the University of Pittsburgh, th University of PIttsburgh Library System,  and the great city of Pittsburgh.

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Screams in a Box

The GARF is thrilled to be sponsoring 15 students/teams for the 2021 Screams in a Box Film Competition.

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