The Mobile Film Classroom (MFC)’s mission is to increase diversity in the fields of media, entertainment, and technology through Media Arts & Filmmaking training for LA's underserved youth and their teachers. Learn more about our mission below!




MFC has worked with over 60 Southern California school districts, charter schools, juvenile justice centers and community-based organizations, including County of Los Angeles Public Library, and many more. We have a wide variety of programs for students, as well as professional development and consulting services for educators.

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We provide all schools and students, no matter their socio-economic status or available resources, access to the same state-of-the-art digital media equipment and professional media instruction.

“Most [students] can’t get their phones away from their faces. So to actually give them purpose and direction in a productive manner... I saw across the board a lot of students really respond when normally they might tune out the traditional text.”
— Alisha Schloesser (7th Grade English Teacher at Eliot MS)


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