The SBA Goes Hollywood

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The SBA is gaining a higher profile through some interesting partnerships lately. First, they've partnered with Disney to create the Disney/SBA National Entrepreneur Center in Orlando, and now, they've financed a movie and have launched a pilot program in Hollywood to help minority and women filmmakers find financing.

Geno Taylor and Mychal Wilson tapped the SBA to help fund their a low-budget film, "The Gristle." The movie, about LA medical assistants who get caught up in drug deals and black-market kidneys, will debut on HBO next month. The pair received two loans totalling $350,000 for the project.

Perhaps we'll see the SBA at Sundance next...

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Last updated: Oct 22, 2003




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