This year, the 13th annual Bridge Film Festival received 27 entries from 12 Freinds schools, 1 Friends school summer arts camp and 1 Friends Meeting First Day school.
If I recall correctly it was the second year of the festival that I received a message from a Friend who's son could not afford to attend a Friends school and asked why he couldn't enter the BFF? I conferred briefly with my committee and we quickly concluded that by all means students who are Friends could and should be… Continue
In early November, I gave a talk about how Quaker testimonies influence the Bridge Film Festival, to an all-school assembly at Oakwood Friends School, Poughkeepsie, NY. The entire student body (5th-12th grade) and faculty were gathered in their Meeting House. I brought my laptop with slide-presentation… Continue
The Festival is open to all middle school (5th-8th grade) and upper school (9th-12th grade) students currently enrolled in a Friends school or who are of Quaker families who have an affiliation with a Friends Meeting or Camp.
The Bridge Film Festival and the American Friends Service Committee are excited to announce a new "Bridge" for this year's festival. In connection with the AFSC's One Minute for Peace Campaign, all PSA's submitted to this year's Bridge Film Festival that… Continue
Ten years ago I returned from summer vacation to begin my second year as a film and video teacher at Brooklyn Friends School with a simple idea to create a film festival that encouraged students to produce work containing… Continue
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