Robinson International Short Film Competition

The Robinson International Short Film Competition celebrates the greatest in Jewish-themed short filmmaking from around the globe. Each year the competition awards $18,000 in cash prizes for documentary, narrative, and animated shorts, and the winning filmmakers are honored at an awards ceremony in Pittsburgh.

Teen Screen

Teen Screen is a film education program that has served a diverse mix of over 40,000 middle and high school students since its inception in 2005. Teachers choose from a curated list of independent films that educate about social justice, the Holocaust, and other historical events and encourage global awareness and cultural tolerance.