Boro-Linc Brooklyn: Film Society of Lincoln Center presents Community Film Viewing and Making
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In the Film Society of Lincoln Center’s Community Film Viewing and Making program, children, families, and community members screen a series of award-winning short films by kids and professionals from around the world and then make an animation of their very own. Films will include stop motion animation by teen filmmaker, Georgia Cross, My School Project, a short film by students in the Film Society Kids program, and the award-winning animation, Ernesto by Corinne Landiende. Then, Film Society of Lincoln Center filmmakers and educators will support audience members to create their own animation about the meaning of community.
6:30–7:30 pm Community Artist Workshop
7:30–8:30 pm Film Screening
All Boro-Linc events are free and open to the public. These events are recommended for all ages and their family members, unless otherwise noted. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
CLICK HERE TO RSVP! Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Please arrive early to secure your seats. All reserved seats will become available to the waitlist ten minutes before each performance.
Major support for Boro-Linc is provided by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
Generous support facilitated by The Honorable City Council Members Jimmy Van Bramer, and I. Daneek Miller
Lead Corporate Support is provided by Time Warner
Additional Corporate Support is provided by DISNEY
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