May was a busy month for education programs at the JBFC! From off-site events to film premieres to educator engagement, this month was the perfect window into the varied work our education programs do all year long.
May 11: White Plains Youth Bureau STEAM Fair
The JBFC hosted a | more »
Think “film camp” and images of cameras, microphones, and editing software probably pop into your head. All of these are very present at Summer @ the Lab, but this is just the jumping off point for many of the camps. Week three of Lab Camp was a prime example of this as campers | more »
One of the highlights of the second week of Summer @ the Lab was the one-week campLights, Camera, Action.
Summer @ the Lab is off to a great start! This year we have introduced a new format: weeklong camps, each one offering a different theme. Week one kicked off the summer with campers exploring a range of media and creating many exciting projects. Campers arrived with full | more »
Once a year, Storyville students get the chance to create their very own board game. The 1st and 2nd graders in this class do practically all the work involved (the only thing I do is to bring all their artwork together in the finished product) from agreeing on a concept, | more »
I started my project with the idea of making a stop-motion ballet. I became interested in pursuing a ballet, as it seemed the perfect medium to cohesively house a lot of ideas I was thinking about. Putting aside that I knew/know little to nothing about dance, I liked the idea of | more »
Through our JBFC Kids initiative, the JBFC welcomes a new generation of viewers and their families into our community of cinema lovers and media-makers by planning family-friendly screenings, offering a full roster of courses and workshops for kids age 3—13, and hosting FREE, | more »
Want to experience a day in the life of a JBFC camper? Then look no further! 9th- and 10th-grade campers from our third session of Lab Camp—part of Summer @ The Lab—created a 360 video entitled Behind the Scenes, which puts you smack in the center of the action as campers set up | more »
The JBFC was thrilled and honored to participate in the Turnaround Arts Leadership Retreat for the third year in a row last month. Turnaround Arts, a program under the stewardship of the Kennedy Center, is a national initiative to invigorate and revitalize the lowest-performing | more »
The JBFC is always proud to see members of our filmmaking community receive well-deserved recognition for their talents. On that note, we'd like to share a Buzzfeed interview with our Spring 2017 Valentine & Clark Emerging Artist Fellow, Reginald "Reggie" Altidor. As an | more »