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  • Filmmakers launch school for better representation
  • Filmmakers launch school for better representation
    Adi Goldstein (2018) ©
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Filmmakers launch school for better representation

UK filmmakers Lisa Bryer and Eric Fellner are opening the London Screen Academy, which is aimed at developing key skills for wannabe creatives from ethnic backgrounds. With an inequality gap blighting the UK's creative industry, the LSA is pushing to increase representation from earlier ages.

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