- Embrace Of The Serpent - Opens 2/26
- Born To Be Blue - Coming in March
- My Golden Days - Coming in March
- Miles Ahead - Coming in April
Westchester Exclusive! “Rarely is a debut feature such an absolute knock-out. Mustang is a film I regret not seeing before I created my yearly “Best Of” films list because it would have, without question, shaken things up as it skyrocketed its way to somewhere near the very top.” (JBFC Programmer, Andrew Jupin) In Deniz Gamze Ergüven’s [...]
The most influential documentary filmmaker of this generation, Michael Moore, is back with a terrific— and entertaining— movie that does its work in a more gentle mode than we’re used to from the incendiary rabble-rouser. This film finds Moore going back to Europe to search for ideas that have proven enormously civilizing for European culture [...]
Join "Oscarologist" Mark Harris and Janet Maslin for a lively discussion about this year's slate of Oscar nominees.
In 1962, Alfred Hitchcock (North by Northwest, Psycho) and a 30-year-old François Truffaut (The 400 Blows, Shoot the Piano Player) sequestered themselves in a windowless Hollywood office for a weeklong conversation. The result: the seminal book published a half century ago, that dissects every film Hitchcock had made until that point—after Hitchcock’s death, Truffaut went [...]
There was some kind of error loading the films.
The JBFC helps emerging and established filmmakers, college students, and adult learners develop, produce, and present media projects, acquire new skills, connect with a professional network, and actively participate in a lively creative community.
Hear from one of our projectionists about why screening 35mm film is so important: The print projected on the screen was perfect. Jacob Burns screen presentation, whether projecting a film print or digital projection, is always superior to every other cinema.” – JBFC Member “The picture was GORGEOUS! The sound was MAGNIFICENT! It was the [...]