Film Inspires Change
Teen Screen provides a free educational experience that facilitates exploration of important, often difficult, topics through film. School groups come together at a movie theater to watch and discuss contemporary films of historical, cultural, and social significance–and walk away changed forever. This unique program has served a diverse mix of over 83,000 middle and high school students since its inception in 2005.
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.