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G-STAR School of the Arts for Motion Pictures and Television




The G-STAR School of the Arts for Motion Pictures and Broadcasting is the largest Film, TV Production and Acting high school in the nation (including LA & NY).

The G-Star School of the Arts is a nationally accredited high school awarded by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS-CASI). As a nationally accredited high school in good standing, all colleges and universities accept our students.

We offer a complete college preparatory education in all academics with honors classes, advanced placement classes and dual enrollment with FAU, PBCC and Lynn University. The school also trains students in Writing, Directing, Producing, Acting and all aspects of film and TV production in front of the camera and behind the camera.

The G-STAR School is the only high school in the world with a real Motion Picture Studio on its campus, the G-Star Studios, where twelve feature films have been produced. Our students assist on multi-million dollar feature films working side by side with cast, crew, Producers and Directors, thus receiving hands-on, real-world experience in the film industry. Among the famous persons who have utilized the G-Star Studios: Academy Award winning Producer and Writer, Bobby Moresco (CRASH, Million Dollar Baby), Master Producer Jonathan Krane, (with over two billion dollars in box office: Face/Off, Swordfish, The General’s Daughter, Look Who’s Talking trilogy), Academy Award winning Executive Producer, Beau Rogers (Gods and Monsters), and Director Susan Seidelman (Desperately Seeking Susan, pilot and many episodes of Sex and the City); world’s two biggest child actors, Dylan and Cole Sprouse (The Suite Life of Zack & Cody), Dyan Cannon, Sally Kellerman, John Goodman, Margo Harshman (Even Stevens movie & TV show), Jo eph Balogna, Ed Lauter (Longest Yard ’76 & ’05), Brenda Vaccaro, and Leo Rossi (The Accused, Without A Trace).



School name:G-STAR School of the Arts for Motion Pictures and Television
Address:2065 Prairie Road, Building "J"
Zip & city:FL 33406 Florida
Phone:(561) 967-2023
Web:http://www.gstarschool.org/
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