Tagged: Jbfc Theater

News & Notes for Education Volunteers

SAVE THE DATE! The JBFC is pleased to share two upcoming events with our volunteer community:

First, we are pleased to announce that our annual volunteer luncheon will take place on Friday, June 9in the JBFC Theater’s Jane Peck Gallery (on the second floor). All active education | more »


Spring 2017 Minds in Motion Premieres

The JBFC is pleased to host world premieres for our Minds in Motion program participants this May and June! This spring, over 400 fourth grade students from PEARLS Hawthorne, School 5 Kahlil Gibran, and Casimir Pulaski in Yonkers; Church Street in White Plains; and Claremont | more »


Minds in Motion Premieres for Fall 2016 Sessions

The JBFC is pleased to host world premieres for all the fourth grade students that participated in Minds in Motion during the fall semester. The young animators will walk the red carpet, receive popcorn and juice, and see their stop-motion animation films premiere on the big | more »


From Child to Adult in 163 Minutes

One of the most talked about films of the summer, Richard Linklater‘s Boyhood is a cinematic experience unlike anything that has come before it. Filmed over 12 years with the same cast, it follows Mason (Ellar Coltrane) as he grows up before our very eyes – Coltrane is six years | more »


How Dune Almost Became the Greatest Movie of All Time

If there was ever a movie to make you question what makes a “successful film,” it may just be Alejandro Jodorowsky’s failed adaptation of the epic science fiction novel, Dune. With praise along the lines of “the greatest movie never made” and “an ambitious failure,” it’s hard not | more »