Jacob Burns Film Center
The center also hosts a variety of special events, including discussions with filmmakers, critics and people from the industry following some screenings. The film advisory committee for the JBFC includes a number of individuals that have starred in popular films.
Along with a selection of films offered every week, the Jacob Burns Film Center has developed education programs for children in grades 3 through 12. A new film school building called the Media Arts Lab opened in December, 2008.
The Jacob Burns Film Center shows independent and documentary films. It rarely shows mainstream films, except for special showings, as when, for example, they had a showing of A Series of Unfortunate Events with Daniel Handler and Meryl Streep in attendance.
- "Jacob Burns Film Center and Media Arts Lab - About". Burnsfilmcenter.org. Retrieved 2013-09-22.
- "Jacob Burns Film Center and Media Arts Lab - Education". Burnsfilmcenter.org. Retrieved 2013-09-22.