This morning 250 students from Roosevelt High School in Yonkers, NY came to the JBFC theater for a Q&A with a very special alumnus.Ron Garan is a decorated fighter pilot, aquanaut, social entrepreneur, and he's the only NASA astronaut from Westchester County. He's spent 178 | more »
From student screenings to volunteer events, February offers a host of opportunities for students, teachers, teens and families. To get updates sent directly to your inbox, sign up for our monthly education newsletter. Here are the highlights of the month:Special Events:
As you may already know,View Now Do Nows are mini-projects designed to spark creativity and engage audiences in fun and unexpected ways. Since their debut our View Now Do Nows have generated some exciting responses from all kinds of people. Check out VNDN no. 14, to see some | more »
Our education programs for school and community organization groups are made possible thanks to an incredible group of volunteers. These individuals bring a spirit of compassion, curiosity, creativity, and-above all- love to children across Westchester county. This new year, | more »
From student screenings to volunteer events, January offers a host of opportunities for students, teachers, teens and families. To get updates sent directly to your inbox, sign up for our monthly education newsletter. Here are the highlights of the month:
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Check out this cool holiday video-card from S+7, the team that built our awesome new website!
It has been a great year here at the JBFC andwe're really looking forward to 2015!
Thank you to everyone who contributed their time & talents. See you next year! | more »
What drives a happy, studious, and charismatic teenager to commit a felony? In Evolution of a Criminal, filmmaker Darius Clark Monroe turns the camera on himself, his closest friends, and his family as he revisits a painful past. In high school, Monroe and two classmates robbed a | more »
Summer @ the Labwill be celebrating its seventh year in 2015, and we can confidently say that each one has been memorable and fun. We're looking forward to | more »
Growing up is a universally difficult process; but one of the best remedies for combating the awkward period of adolescence is peeking inside someone else’s experience. What better way to do that than through film? That’s exactly what our Cinemania program for seventh and eighth | more »
Our volunteers are an incredible group of passionate and dedicated people. We couldn’t do what we do without them. As a small token of our deep appreciation for all of their hard work, we hosted a special screening of Finding Vivian Maier this afternoon.
With the holiday season | more »