Where can you ride a dinosaur, make yourself disappear, and take your own characters anywhere in the world? At Family Saturdays @ the Lab!
Join us April 6, anytime from 10:30-12:30, for hands-on activities that the whole family will enjoy, all inspired by the magic of green screen | more »
WEATHER UPDATE FOR SATURDAY, March 2, 2018
Due to weather conditions all programs at the Media Arts Lab are CANCELLED for Saturday, March 2. Family Saturdays @ the Lab will be rescheduled for March 9 from 10:30am-12:30pm. | more »
High school film fans have plenty to choose from this Winter/Spring semester at the JBFC! With a variety of topics to choose from, young filmmakers and filmmaker hopefuls can both find a perfect fit.Workshops and Courses
Students learn the step-by-step process of filmmaking and | more »
“It is our story and there are no right answer or wrong answers, only good ideas.”
This is how Gcina Mhlope, an acclaimed children’s book writer and activist, sets the tone for the storytelling workshop that five orphaned African children from Swaziland are journeying into.
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Happy 2019! We’re thrilled to be starting a new year with so many exciting things on the horizon.Courses @ the Lab
Escape from the cold and join us Dec. 1 for Family Saturdays @ the Lab! Drop into the Media Arts Lab anytime from 10:30am-12:30pm for FREE, hands-on activities that the whole family will enjoy.
This month’s event features three stations inspired by sound and music:Experiment with | more »
Last week, we welcomed high school students from Pleasantville High School, Peekskill High School, and White Plains High School to a Classroom to Screening Room Special Event screening of the documentary RBG, a delightful and surprising portrait of an extraordinary woman and an | more »
High school ELA teacher Patrick Taylor attended the JBFCImage, Sound, and StoryTeacher Professional Development last month. Here is his reflection on the professional development experience and the impact the curriculum is already having in his classroom.
It is difficult to know | more »
Last week we welcomed high school students from Ossining High School, Pawling High School, and Yorktown High School for a Classroom to Screening Room Special Event of Science Fair. This documentary follows nine high school students from around the globe as they navigate | more »
Last week we welcomed the high school students in our Creators’ Co-op filmmaking community, as well as prospective students, to College Night, where they had a chance to hear from the Creative Culture filmmaking fellows about their myriad undergrad experiences studying film.
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