App: Ghost Lens
Ever wanted to know what it would be like clone yourself multiple times and do fun things together? Here’s your chance to experiment with one of JBFC Kids' popular activities, "Multiple Me," where we use the technique known as "split | more »
78 min. 2009. France. English (Dubbed). NR.
In a dusty old attic, Nat discovers a magical library | more »
Challenge posted Thursday, June 24; Film Challenge #2 submissions due Monday, June 29 by 5:00 pm.
Recommended Age: 7+
From Studio Ponoc, the | more »
6 min. 2017. USA. English. NR.
Recommended Age: All
What begins as a small boy’s over-scheduled, over supervised, boring day with Grandpa, turns into a larger-than-life journey, narrowly escaping wild monkeys and | more »
WEEK: 6/18 - 6/25
Challenge posted Thursday, June 18; Film Challenge #1 submissions due Monday, June 22 by 5 pm.
General Challenge RulesFilm Challenges come out on THURSDAYS. To enter the prize pool you MUST send us your film, or a working | more »
Each month the JBFC Film Challenge Series will focus on a different area of filmmaking. June's focus is the concept of Image. If you follow along with the JBFC Film Challenges, you’ll finish the summer with a solid understanding of the fundamentals of filmmaking, good filmmaking | more »
106 min. 2015. India. Hindi. PG.
A movie-loving 10-year-old girl and her blind younger brother trek to meet Indian superstar Shah Rukh Khan for help in getting the boy an eye operation.
Why JBFC Kids Curator Emily Ohara | more »
7 min. 2019. USA. English. G.
Recommended Age: All
Streaming: YouTube (Free)
Hair Love, an Oscar-winning animated short film from Matthew A. Cherry, tells the heartfelt story of an African American father learning to do his daughter’s hair for the first time.
Why | more »
The JBFC has made the difficult decision to cancel all 2020 JBFC Summer Camp programs, encompassing the Viewing and Doing and On the Set experiences beginning June 29-August 14. Our decision follows Governor Cuomo’s announcement of no in-person summer school in New York State. We | more »