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Tribeca Film Institute’s (TFI) Tribeca Teaches Screening tomorrow

Tribeca Film Institute’s (TFI) Tribeca Teaches Screening tomorrow, took place April 21st at 10 AM.

 

This special event has celebrated and honored student produced film’s from TFI’s Tribeca Teaches program which provides NYC students with an immersive opportunity to enhance their media-making skills to write and produce their own stories. Many of the student’s films tell stories unique to their communities and experiences, delving into themes including race, sexuality, assimilation, and identity. Please respond directly to me if you would like to attend, and find invite and details below!

 

What: Tribeca Teaches Screening

When: April 21st, 10:00am-2:00pm

Where: BMCC Theatre, 199 Chambers Street, NY

POC: Bec Macfie, 917-373-9357

 

A few of this year’s  films include ::

 

  • The students at the Ali Forney Center in Harlem, under TFI’s leadership created a short film -  Does It Matter?  - which follows a young transgender woman and the biases she receives while applying for a corporate job.

 

  • Created by East Harlem Tutorial Program  - 5 floors is a ghost story allegory of the quickly changing East Harlem neighborhood.  In this uniquely Harlem story, the film’s protagonist interviews a janitor for a school project, only to find that the school where he works is about to be knocked down and replaced by high-rise luxury apartments. Before long, the student recognizes the costs associated with the building’s demolition, and more broadly, with gentrification in her Harlem neighborhood.
  • From the students at The Young Women’s Leadership School of AstoriaInside My Skin is a documentary about a young girl’s journey to health and a positive body image.

·         A documentary from the students at The Manhattan International High School/Digital ReadyConversations on Education is a short narrative, entirely filmed using smartphones. The film interview teachers, students and others about their high school experiences, focusing on how to make school more enjoyable by highlighting was works and what doesn’t.

 

Full list of partner schools here: https://tribecafilminstitute.org/organizations/_/tribeca_teaches

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About Tribeca Film Festival


Online Dailies Coverage of the Tribeca Film Festival, April 17-28, 2013

 

The Tribeca Film Festival brings together local, national, and international talent to provide the New York City, downtown community with five days of screenings, educational workshops, and various special events.
Live coverage with dailies from Lia Fietz, Suzanne Lynch, Claus Mueller, Maria Esteves 

 


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