PLEASANTVILLE- Video: Eye on Editing, Gr. 3-5 @ Jacob Burns Film Center

Experiments in Video: Eye on Editing

Look to the future as you learn editing techniques that will make your films pop. Plan, shoot, and cut scenes while exploring concepts such as match on action and crosscutting. Take your technique to the next level and craft your edits during the filming process, because, as many editors learn the hard way, you can’t always fix it in post. Adobe Premiere Pro CC will be your go-to software.



Grades 3–5 
4 MONDAYS: April 29–May 20, 2018
4 – 5:30 pm
Class size: 8

$160/$144 (JBFC members, Film Family level and above)
Nonmembers will be charged a $20 registration fee.

Four-week workshops are a phenomenal introduction to the creative world of visual storytelling. Bring your imagination, and get ready to play and experiment with hands-on media-making. Students focus on short projects as they are introduced to the collaborative process and also explore independently. Explore our other Experiments workshops. Clay CreationsTime Warp and Lego Lab.


Course registration/questions:,
914.773.7663 ext. 8 (Mon.–Fri., 9:00–5:00)

PLEASANTVILLE- Video: The Chase, Gr. 3-5 @ Jacob Burns Film Center

Projects in Video: The Chase

Inspired by the thrilling sequences we all love, create a short film that has a chase scene as its central element. You’ll practice sweeping camera movements and complex editing techniques to emphasize action and excitement. Get hands-on with our professional equipment and Adobe Premiere Pro CC as you learn the secrets of assembling a fast and furious film.



Grades 3–5

6 THURSDAYS, April 4 – May 16, 2019 (no class Apr. 18)

4 – 6 pm

Class size: 8


$340/$306 (JBFC members, Film Family level and above)



Experienced students deepen their skills by bringing projects from preproduction to postproduction, and also enhance their practices of collaboration and reflection. Working together, the team creates one project. Six-week experiences are right for learners who have had a taste of the Lab and want to improve their visual media-making skills.



Course registration/questions:,
914.773.7663 ext. 8 (Mon.–Fri., 9:00–5:00)

ROSENDALE – FREE! The Film, “STRAWS”, Presented by the High Meadow Drawdown Eco-Challenge Team @ Rosendale Theatre


The High Meadow Drawdown Eco-Challenge Team will present about the Drawdown Eco-Challenge that begins on April 3rd. Following this will be the screening of STRAWS (30 minutes), a colorful straw history animated film narrated by Oscar winner Tim Robbins. This film leaves audiences with a clear understanding of the problems caused by plastic pollution and empowers individuals to be part of the solution. There will be a drawing at the event and the winner will receive a membership to the Rosendale Theatre and a copy of the book, Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming by Paul Hawken.


Tuesday, April 2, 2019

6:30 – 7:30 pm

WARWICK – Grand Re-Opening of Warwick Drive-in Theater!

Grand Re-Opening!


Friday, March 29, 2019

7 – 10:30 pm


* Something New *


Listen through your CELL PHONE instead of through your car radio!

Go to the App Store or Google Play and download the, “Listen Everywhere” app

Ticket Prices: 


Adults:  $12

Ages 4-11 & Seniors:  $8

Ages 3 & under:  FREE

Double Features 

Friday, 3/29 – Wednesday, 4/3


Dumbo & Mary Poppins Returns

Captain Marvel & Aquaman


Bohemian Rhapsody & A Star Is Born

PLEASANTVILLE- Editing: Making a Scene, Gr. 9-12 @ Jacob Burns Film Center

Editing: Making a Scene

This professional-level introduction to postproduction working with Adobe CC’s Premiere Pro will guide you through the process of editing a scene with provided footage. Practice file management and work flow while finessing your instincts on pacing and rhythm.



4 TUESDAYS: March 26–April 23, 2019 (no class Apr. 16)

4:30 – 7 pm

Class size: 8

$268/$242 (JBFC members film family and above)

Nonmembers will be charged a $20 registration fee.



In Creators’ Co-op, high school students deepen their craft by collaboratively producing original projects as members of a production crew, attending workshops on specific aspects of filmmaking, and taking advantage of our state-of-the-art facilities and equipment. With individualized mentorship and the support of a peer network, the Creators’ Co-op community offers a dynamic experience for every student.

For information on all our high school offerings, view the Creators’ Co-op informational page.



Course registration/questions:,
914.773.7663 ext. 8 (Mon.–Fri., 9:00–5:00)