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Jacob Burns Film Center Thrives While Others Struggle

As part of the successful launch of its first Economic Closeup report, The Jacob Burns Film Center (JBFC) — a nonprofit arts and education hub located on a three-building campus in Pleasantville, NY — just received phenomenal media coverage in the Westchester Business Journal, dovetailing JBFC’s position as an “economic engine” powering the local and Westchester County economy as one of the most successful suburban art houses in the country. JBFC is thriving while other theaters in the region are struggling and closing. Take a look! – Westchester Business Journal article, Smaller theaters thrive as larger ones close

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