The One Race Global Film Foundation is a non-profit organization founded by actor, director and writer Vin Diesel, with the mission of fostering the growth of diverse national and international voices in under-served communities within the global entertainment industry.
Through education and training in film, video, and new media production One Race students gain hands-on experience as writers, producers, directors, actors, cinematographers, physical production technicians and editors of short film and video projects during an intensive summer training program and year-round weekend workshops conducted in host countries.
Vin Diesel is an actor known for his high-energy action movies, such as The Fast and the Furious franchise.
Vin Diesel dropped out of college to create his first film, Multi-Facial, which which screened at the Cannes Film Festival in 1995. His following film, Strays, screened at Sundance. Diesel’s work attracted the attention of Steven Spielberg, who cast Diesel in Saving Private Ryan (1998). He starred in several films before landing his career-defining role in The Fast and the Furious and its sequels.