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TFI’s Summer Arts Institute – In the Words of an Alumna

With the final deadline to apply for Summer Arts Institute (SAI) Filmmaking Workshop this Friday, we wanted to share with you the experience of Sarah Alli, an SAI alumna, in her own words.

Weekly Roundup: January 29 - February 4, 2011

POV's recap of the Sundance premiere of IF A TREE FALLS, SxSW Film line-up, Youth program application deadlines, and more.

Apply Now for Tribeca Film Institute’s 2011 Teen Filmmaker Programs!

Tribeca Film Institute is pleased to announce three exciting opportunities for teen filmmakers, including Tribeca Film Fellows, Summer Arts Institute Filmmaking Workshop, and Our City, My Story.

2010 Summer Arts Institute Presents Burning Barriers

Following the highlights on the first three 2010 Summer Arts Institute films - Take Out, The Iron Triangle, and iDentity - we now turn to Burning Barriers, which is the collaboration of SAI participants Jasmine Fox, Matteo Mobilio, Laura Weisbord, and Brithney Williams.

2010 Summer Arts Institute Presents The Tricks That Bind

The last of the five 2010 Summer Arts Institute films we're highlighting is The Tricks That Bind, a film by Winsloe Fideler, Lauren Jones, and Maria Tapia about an unlikely group of strangers who come together through their passion for magic.

2010 Summer Arts Institute Presents iDENTITY

This week's featured 2010 Summer Arts Institute film is iDENTITY, a film about identity in a digital age.

2010 Summer Arts Institute Presents THE IRON TRIANGLE

This week's featured Summer Arts Institute film is THE IRON TRIANGLE, made by teens from the New York City Department of Education public school who participated in at this year's SAI at TFI.

2010 Summer Arts Institute Presents TAKE OUT

This week's featured 2010 Summer Arts Institute film is TAKE OUT, a narrative film about two young people, each determined to buy lunch from their favorite neighborhood spot, discovering new culture, community, and maybe even a new favorite food along the way.