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NYICFF Kid Flicks!
Three programs of inspiring short films!
Presented in partnership with New York International Children’s Film Festival.
A fresh season brings a fresh round of NYICFF Kid Flicks, amazing short film programs from around the world, sure to inspire delight, curiosity, and conversation for viewers big and small.
With animation, live action, and documentary films from 14 countries, NYICFF Kid Flicks programs open windows into the world, reflecting a diversity of styles, cultures, and themes that will give your family plenty of inspiration and conversation long after the programs are done.
How to watch:
- Click on the ticket button below on the program of your choice.
- Only one ticket per household is required
- Once you purchase a ticket you will receive a link to watch the film via email
- Once you click the link to watch the film, you will have 48 hours to watch.
- You can watch content on PCs running Windows 7+, and Intel-based Macs running OSX 10.12+. You can also watch films on Android tablets and phones using Chrome, and on iPhones and iPads using Safari.
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A program of inspiring short films for ages 5+!
NYICFF Kid Flicks One keeps the dynamic of work and play lively with tales from around the globe. Cat Lake City has you covered if you, like its loveable feline, feel like you just can’t catch a break in this hilarious tale of a hard-won vacay. But if you’re fortunate, you know that effort and fun can happily co-exist as they do in the short doc The Magic of Chess. Finally, meet another hard-worker who gets a little lost dawdling in the countryside in the beautifully hand-animated Boriya.
58 mins., In English, no dialogue, or with brief English subtitles
Challenging expectations and reflecting growth and resilience, NYICFF Kid Flicks Two is a fantastic trip on the road to growing up. Surprises in a dumpling bring good luck, and many reflections, in the beautiful stop motion animation The Coin. In The One You Never Forget, a young teen tries to keep his first date under wraps, but his parents have other ideas. In Home Away 3000, a space traveller’s funky space van konks out on an unknown planet with plenty of surprises.
64 mins., In English and other languages with English subtitles.
New York International Children’s Film Festival (NYICFF) Viva Kid Flicks celebrates the best Spanish-language short films from around the globe.
The brilliant Spanish-language tales in Viva Kid Flicks, with a range of kids’ perspectives, speak volumes in any tongue. NYICFF jury-award winner 3Feet kicks things off in style with Gonzalo, who tries his hilarious best to keep things clean to stay in the game; then orbit around Ailín and her mom, who work through love and challenges in the charming stop motion Ailin on the Moon. And see things grow curiouser and curiouser in a moving take on magical realism in the gorgeously filmed tale The Size of Things.
65 mins., In Spanish with English subtitles.