The first documentary, In the Sun, was produced by actress Kerry Washington, also a spokesperson for the Neutrogena brand, and showcases the longterm affects of sun exposure on the skin.
The brand new studio recently teamed up with Ghetto Film School, an award-winning nonprofit program founded in 2000, to create the First Frame Program, which enlists young Gen. Z filmmakers to create short films that continuously push the brands aim for skincare education.
Step and Repeat LA was selected to create a customized 8 x 8 photo-op backdrop for a collaboration event in Los Angeles on February 9th. Step and Repeat LA used a high-quality non glare fabric to ensure the best results in photos!
Ghetto Film School has locations in New York City, Los Angeles, and London, and aims to prep young students for universities and success in the filmmaking industry. Together with Neutrogena, the two companies hope to not only help the world have healthier, more beautiful skin, but to also open the doors to success for students who may not otherwise have had such an opportunity.
Independently owned and operated just outside of Burbank, Step and Repeat LA is a one-stop-shop red carpet event company that is #1 in providing high-quality backdrops for events of all sizes. From charity events to private birthday parties, Step and Repeat LAs cutting-edge design team can create custom-designed layouts, and also has in-house printing, production, and quality check not to mention a 24 hour turnaround capability!
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