Join us Saturday, August 4 for tours of the JBFC Media Arts Lab!
If you love to see movies at the Theater this is a perfect opportunity to see the creating side of the JBFC!Explore a variety of spaces in the building, including the soundstage, animation studio, and recording | more »
One of the highlights of the second week of Summer @ the Lab was the one-week campLights, Camera, Action.
Summer is right around the corner and at the Jacob Burns Film Center that means it’s almost time for Summer @ the Lab! There are two ways to participate in Summer @ the Lab:
• Lab Camp (for campers entering grades 3-10)
• Summer Co-op (for campers entering grades 9-12).
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Founded in 2001, the JBFC shows hundreds of films a year in our art house theater and has pioneered a unique approach to viewing and making media that is rooted in our commitment to visual literacy. In our classes at the Media Arts Lab, you’ll develop your own projects, learn to | more »
Founded in 2001, the JBFC shows hundreds of films a year in our art house theater and has pioneered a unique approach to viewing and making media that is rooted in our commitment to visual literacy. In our classes at the Media Arts Lab, you’ll make your own projects, learn to | more »
For those of you who have not yet attended a family-friendly screening at the theater or a Family Saturday @ The Lab, JBFC Kids is our exciting initiative designed to make the theater-going experience more inviting for kids. We welcome a new generation of viewers and their | more »
The JBFC is proud to congratulate our Sally Burns Shenkman Woman Filmmaker FellowLeah Galant, as her film was selected this week as a Vimeo Staff Pick! Her film The Provider is now available to stream for free on the Vimeo website. This represents yet another accolade for this | more »
In light of Media Literacy Week, we're celebrating all the curious and inquisitive media-making minds! Check out this awesome videocreated by educator, Tara O'Gorman and her fifth grade students at the Casimir Pulaski School in Yonkers, NY. It's proof that media literacy is alive | more »