NY International Children’s Film Festival Short Films! Short films for children ages 5 – 10 years old! This is a collection of the best short films around the world!
Anatole’s Little Saucepan: Anatole is still lagging his small saucepan behind him. It fell on him one day without a clear reason. Since then, it stuck around and prevents him from moving. One day, Anatole has had enough.
Me and My Moulton: A 7-year-old girl, whose parents are unconventional modernists, wants her family to be like other Norwegian families of the 1960s. This causes problems the summer she asks her parents for a bike.
Date: Saturday, March 7th
Location: 333 West 23rd Street (SVA Theatre)
Fee: General Admission- $13 and Group Tickets- $10
Ages: 5 – 10 years old
My Big Brother: Big bother is not just older, but physically gigantic.
Eyes: There are things to fear in the dark.
The Little Cousteau: A boy escapes his snow-covered city through dreams of deep-sea adventures like his hero, the legendary Jacques Cousteau.
5.80 Meters: A herd of high-flying acrobatic giraffes takes to the pool.
Wayne the Stegosaurus: He wears his bow-tie on his tail and likes to eat the daily mail. He’s Wayne the Stegosaurus.
Imagination: While playing in her room, a young girl discovers wild worlds made of paper, plasticine, clay, and more.
Leaving Home: When Father decides Richard is old enough to leave home, he sends him out into the world. However Richard keeps returning – every time in a more bizarre way.
Submarine Sandwich: A new stop-motion food film from the director of the shortest film ever nominated for an Oscar®, Fresh Guacamole. Note: Footballs are not intended for consumption!
The Trumpeter: Despite obstacles, a trumpet player finds his inner voice. In doing so, he creates a wild, colorful freedom for his fellow musicians.
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