The Lab is a six-month after-school workshop that matches teens one-on-one with professional filmmaker-mentors to create short documentaries about their lives and communities. Learn more & apply.
The Summer Lab is an intensive, four-week writing and filmmaking course offered in partnership with Urban Word NYC. Learn more & apply.
The Master Lab challenges advanced young filmmakers to write, produce and direct original short fiction films. Learn more & apply.
Reel Impact is a comprehensive outreach and distribution program that teaches young directors to connect their stories with new audiences to inspire social change. Learn more & apply.
Reel Futures helps teens build college action plans, develop job skills and gain internships in NYC's film & television industry. Learn more.
Reel Works Productions is a youth-led production company where teens get paid to produce original media for nonprofit and government clients - including WNET/Thirteen and the NYC Department of Education. Learn more.
Reel Works in Schools brings the power of our award-winning workshops into the classrooms of NYC public schools. Learn more.
A Brooklyn boy writes a love letter of departure for his lady, which in reality is his birthplace and hometown.
Patricia Henry explores what sex means to teenagers and what they think is acceptable.
Filmmaker Marco Tepox sets out to understand why teen pregnancy is such a problem in the Latino community.
When Giselle's father was diagnosed with cancer, things change and they learn to get through it as a family.
A filmmaker documents a culture of partying among privileged NYC teens.