Film in Education

The Film Society of Lincoln Center’s Film in Education programs aim to broaden and diversify art-house cinema audiences and future filmmakers. Through our robust initiatives and community outreach efforts, we will shape and inform movie viewers of all ages, while also reinforcing the lifeblood of the art form.

Bring a Film in Education program to your school or community! Contact Director of Education Amy Poux, apoux@filmlinc.org.

Film Society Kids

Film Society Kids

The Film Society Kids program brings film into the classroom in order to bolster a future generation of filmmakers. The program promotes the making and viewing of films as well as students’ cultivation of 21st-century skills. Film Society Kids not only immerses young people in a technological art form, it also supports their literacy learning through visual storytelling.

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Partnerships

Partnerships

The Film Society of Lincoln Center's Film in Education department partners with cultural and educational organizations citywide to provide teacher-training institutes and community programs in visual storytelling through cinema. Film is not only a captivating art form but also an accessible teaching tool that speaks a universal language all children can understand.

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Professional Development

Professional Development

Film in Education’s professional development programs for teachers uses silent short films to facilitate discussion, exploration, and an in-depth understanding of story structure, character development, and the choices that filmmakers make to tell their visual stories.

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Student Membership

The Student Membership program at the Film Society of Lincoln Center helps to expose young people to groundbreaking cinema by providing students with discounted tickets, access to Film Society programs, and subscriptions to Film Comment magazine, our bimonthly calendar, and members-only newsletter.

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