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Filmmaker Justin Warren '05 Visits Upper School Film Studies Class

Filmmaker Justin Warren '05 Visits Upper School Film Studies Class



Alumnus Justin Warren, Class of 2005, visited Episcopal Collegiate School Feb. 6 to share his experience as a filmmaker with Upper School Film Studies students. Mr. Warren was in town for a screening of his film,Then There Was Joe, at the Ron Robinson Theatre in Little Rock. The film premiered to a sold-out crowd.

After graduating from Hendrix College, Warren attended the University of Southern California Film School in Los Angeles, and currently makes his home there. Learn more about Justin's film at the link below:

https://www.thentherewasjoe.com/blog/