Warner Bros. appreciates the cooperation and support of the communities around the world in which we film our feature films and television shows. We understand that filming can interrupt the daily lives of the residents of those communities, so whenever possible, we work with local governments and community leaders to host screenings for those affected by our work. Warner Bros. UK reaches out to a range of schools and elderly residents in the local community, offering free screenings at Warner House, the Warner Bros. office in London. Warner Bros. UK’s “Tea and Talkies” events happen three or four times a year with elderly residents from the local area attending a screening followed by afternoon tea. Warner Bros. UK also hosts several screenings each year for local primary schools.
Warner Bros. has been a proud member of the Burbank community for more than 85 years. With more than 2,000 of our employees residing in Burbank, we take great pride in staying connected to the city through community outreach. The Studio supports its hometown through economic investment, philanthropic giving, employee volunteerism and civic leadership, and continually seeks out new opportunities through which we can have a positive impact on our employees and the communities in which we live and work.
Burbank Community Newsletter
In 2006 in response to feedback from the local community, Warner Bros. launched a bi-annual community newsletter sent to the residents of Burbank to keep them informed of our activities on the studio lot and around the community.
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Demonstrating our commitment to strengthening the community, Warner Bros. works to build the capacity of its community partners by identify needs or areas of improvement and facilitating training and development in these areas. In 2012, Warner Bros. worked with two local nonprofits, Volunteers of the Burbank Animal Shelter and Burbank Arts for All Foundation, to provide capacity building support.