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Projects and Initiatives

 
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Restoration of The Amusement Park

One of The GARF's first projects will be to restore an early George A. Romero film entitled The Amusement Park. This is the first in what the GARF hopes will be a culture of preservation and restoration of the works of independent filmmakers in the Pittsburgh area and beyond. Initial estimates indicate that the restoration of The Amusement Park will cost $50,000-$100,000. If you are interested in helping to restore and preserve this little-known film in George's body of work, please click here or on the link below. 

 
 
 

Scholarships for the George A. Romero Filmmaking Program

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 click here or on the Scholarships link below. To visit the George A. Romero's Filmmaking Program's website, click here or on the Learn More link below.