The TFI Screening Series (formerly the Tribeca Youth Screening Series) is a media literacy program and yearlong presentation of films that provides New York City youth and educators with access to free, relevant programming. Available in classrooms or in theater venues, each screening is followed by a discussion, a workshop, or Q&A talkbacks with the filmmakers to enhance students’ academic engagement and foster critical thinking skills. Offering documentary and narrative films, the TFI Screening Series provides an interactive experience where students participate in thematic discussions, connect with filmmakers, and engage with each other through post-screening activities. Screenings are available on a first-come-first-serve basis and are free-of-charge. Click here for more details




Selections from the IF/Then Short Documentary Program

Migrant Souls: Borders, Immigration & Home takes a look at the joys and challenges of political and economic migrants establishing their lives in America. From the plains of Montana to a community church in North Carolina, these stories examine the concept of “home” and how geographical migration affects self-identity and family histories. 

To learn more about the films of the current season, click here or download this season’s brochure.

Contact Derek Nguyen, TFI’s Director of Education Programs, at for a reservation form and more details.