Friends of the Family in partnership with Justice for My Sister
present a 5-week Community Filmmaking 101 class for youth ages 13-24
every Wednesday starting May 8th.

Must be registered by May 3rd to participate.
Contact Yolie Anguiano at yolie@fofca.org
or (818)988-4430 for more information.

A free opportunity that will bring youth closer to a career pathway in the film industry.
As you might know, I’m the Economic Development Coordinator
for the non-profit, Friends of the Family serving the San Fernando Valley.
Please share this opportunity far and wide so that youth aged 13-24 have the chance to participate.
We can drop off flyers at your workplace if you wish.

Starting on May 8th we would like for all your students to know about the Community Filmmaking 101 series.
See info below. In partnership with a non-profit called Justice for My Sister 
the location will be at Friends of the Family in North Hills.

Justice for My Sister .

The award-winning documentary film Justice for My Sister takes an intimate look at violence against women in Guatemala by chronicling the three-year journey of Rebeca as she tries to hold her sister’s killer accountable. The film serves as the centerpiece of a transnational campaign to promote healthy relationships and denounce gender-based violence and femicide/feminicide.

More about our economic development opportunities at Friends of the Family programming
The Economic Development opportunities we offer are a part of LA County DCFS’ Prevention and Aftercare program
with a vision for people in communities leading their own path toward economic stability and personal growth.
Our program’s mission is to empower individuals through social connections
to gain financial resilience and create community enhancements.

I look forward to working with you on helping our youth in the SFV get connected to their passion towards prosperity.

Thank you!

Yolie Anguiano