Established in 1997, the N.Y. International Children’s Film Festival mission is rooted in the belief of film as a path for young people to understand themselves and others. All programs are designed to celebrate the beauty and power of film, spark the inherent capacity of children to connect with complex, nuanced art, and encourage the creation of intelligent films that represent and celebrate unique, diverse, and historically excluded voices.
KID FLICKS ONE – Aug. 14 – 2pm
Jump-start little ones’ love of cinema with this curated block to charm all ages, plus introduce our youngest viewers, ages 3+, to their very first screen experiences. See the film lineup here.
KID FLICKS TWO – Aug. 7 – 2pm
Films with plenty of fun, plus deeper themes as well as multilingual films with English subtitles. See the film lineup here.
FRIENDS & NEIGHBORS: CANADA – July 31 & Aug. 28, 2pm
These thought-provoking films dive into topics of identity: what it means, and how it shapes our past, present and future. See the film lineup here.