In partnership with Ghetto Film School and Bold Tendencies, 21CF celebrates aspiring young filmmakers at London’s BAFTA

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On Tuesday, March 21, students from 21st Century Fox partner Ghetto Film School and South London creative nonprofit Bold Tendencies held a special screening in London for Ghetto Film School’s 2016 Thesis Films, “Ghost of a Chance” and “Genesis.” The short films are the product of almost a year of cross-country and international collaboration between students in Los Angeles, New York and London. The event brought out the good and the great from London’s film industry, including Academy Award-winning actress Emma Thompson, “The Darjeeling Limited” actress Amara Karan, actor Babou Ceesay, model and actress Lily Cole, and filmmakers Matthew Vaughn and Ol Parker. The night was hosted by Twentieth Century Fox Film Chairman and CEO, Stacey Snider, and producer Barbara Broccoli, best known for her work on the James Bond film series.

Read more on the 21CF Blog.

 

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