Maverick Partners With Nonprofit Black Girl Film School

Maverick Entertainment has partnered with the nonprofit Black Girl Film School to empower the next generation of filmmakers and to focus on supporting black storytelling and attracting more girls aged 13-17 to the filmmaking industry.

Maverick will support the school’s course offerings with a year long partnership providing industry experts for an “Ask the Expert” series, a back-to-school scholarship award, and a short film contest where students can win a monetary award and prize package and pitch their short film scripts to Maverick’s executive team.   

Black Girl Film School offers online courses for girls ages 13-17 years old to learn film production from behind the camera. The school designs education experiences that are aligned with national and state learning standards.

Applications to the school close April 5 at 11:59 p.m. Students will be notified of admission on May 3.

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