The Jacob Burns Film Center (JBFC) is a dynamic, dual-mission nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting literacy for a visual culture. The JBFC presents the best of cinema in our art house theater, while our Media Arts Lab offers a variety of courses and workshops for | more »
The JBFC is committed to inspiring a new generation of creative thinkers and viewers through fun and engaging educational experiences. In our Courses @ The Lab, students of all ages make their own projects, learn to enjoy movies in new ways, and spend time with some of the most | more »
Registration is now in full swing for our Spring 2017 slate of courses and workshops at the Media Arts Lab. With offerings after school, during the day, in the evenings, and on weekends, there's something for everyone! Create, innovate, and explore with us at the following | more »
The JBFC offers innovative programs in new media, documentary and fiction film production, screenwriting, animation, and so much more for students from Pre-K through adulthood.
To explore the full schedule and to register CLICK HERE.
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The JBFC offers innovative programs in new media, documentary and fiction film production, screenwriting, animation, and so much more for students from pre-K through grade 12. With courses after school, in the evenings, and on weekends, there's something for everyone.
Tonight one of our most exceptional former students is being honored by the Television Academy for the 36th College Television Awards. More commonly known as an Emmy.Rachael Lewis-Krisky was part of the team on the film,Fighter by Nature (trailer featured above), which is one of | more »
Get ready, our “Sounds of Summer” film series launches this week on Thursday, July 10! That’s right, all summer long our theater will be alive with the sounds of music! From rock docs to jazz flicks and everything in between, we’ll be raising the roof and bringing down the house. | more »
Kids aren’t the only ones playing video games anymore. If you have a smart phone, you probably have at least one or two games on it. Maybe Sudoku? How about Candy Crush Saga? Don’t be embarrassed, games are a larger part of American culture than they have ever been before.
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