About the Tribeca Youth Screening Series

The Tribeca Youth Screening Series® is a media literacy program offered to public schools throughout New York City that uses varying genres of film to enhance students’ academic engagement and foster critical thinking skills. Throughout the academic school year, professional filmmakers facilitate in-class workshops on the essential components of narrative storytelling, while guiding students to deconstruct social themes illustrated in film. The classroom experience coincides with field trips to the Tribeca Cinemas, as well as cultural centers, where students participate in thematic film screenings, interact with film directors, and engage each other through interactive post-screening activities.

If you are interested in bringing a group of students, learn more about the current season and register a group.

Schools Participating in Youth Screening Series:

High School Dual Language and Asian Studies 
Fannie Lou Hamer Freedom High School
TYWLS Brooklyn
Academy of Urban Planning
Urban Assembly Institute for Math and Science
Newcomers High School   
Frank Sinatra School of the Arts
Flushing High School
Dickinson High School
Middlesex County Vocational Technical School (MCTV School of the Arts)

Youth Screening Series 2012-2013 Hip Hop: Remixing Culture Through Artistic Defiance -- Series Celebration from Tribeca Film Institute on Vimeo.