Kid Flicks One

February 16, 2019 | 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Kid Flicks One

Presenting Kid Flicks, a touring program of the New York International Children’s Film Festival. Explore new worlds without leaving the Northwest Corner! The Festival will includes 3 short film programs featuring audience favorite and award-winning short films from the 2018 largest film festival for kids and teens. These films encourage exploration, empathy, learning, and, of course, tons of fun!

Tickets are available for each individual program (Kid Flicks One, Kid Flicks Two and Viva Kid Flicks!) for $10 per person ($7 members). Alternatively, the Kid Flicks All Access Pass includes all four showings for $25/person ($18 members). All tickets to the film festival include free admission to KidsPlay Children’s Museum on the day of the event. More information and advance tickets are available at KidsPlay Children’s Museum (www.kidsplaymuseum.org).

Kid Flicks One gives a warm welcome to all budding cinephiles with this lively international lineup of fun. This program is curated for ages 3-7, the films in this program rely on music, color and clear narratives to tell stories either in English or without dialogue. Kick off the festivities with good hygiene and great dubstep in Party Mouth (USA), then let your hair—or, er fur—down and hang loose in I Want to Live in the Zoo (Russia). And, even if you get into a tangle, there will be someone to catch and cheer you on with the charming If You Fall (Canada). Recommended ages: 3-7, 52 min. in English, or with no dialogue. Showtimes 11:00 am and 5:30 p.m.

I WANT TO LIVE IN THE ZOO

Russia, Animation

Evgenia Golubeva, 2017, 6 min

At home you must clean up your room, clear your plate, and finish up homework. Wouldn’t it be much more fun to relax and hang with some buddies at the zoo?

THE HOUSE

Czech Republic, Animation

Veronika Zacharova, 2016, 6 min

Moving on is never easy. Sometimes you’ve got to roll with the changes. Other times you have to chase your dreams, as the House and its inhabitants hilariously find out.

TIGER, TIGER

USA, Animation

Rhea Dadoo, 2017, 4 min

A family takes a wrong turn in the jungle and must summon all their calm to get out—but might that be a Bengali tiger in the shadows?

DARK, DARK WOODS

Denmark, Animation

Emile Gignoux & Mik Lovenbalch Kirchheiner, 2017, 6 min

Royal life’s not always so magnificent and can be tiring for a little one, so Maria trades in a tiara for a wilder kind of fun.

SHERBERT ROSENCRANTZ, YOU’RE BEAUTIFUL

Australia, Live Action

Natalie van den Dungen, 2017, 11 min

Ten-year-old Milly is quite content in the company of her carrot-colored guinea pig, Sherbert. She wonders why others can’t understand that in this sweet sherbet-hued ode to the 1980s and finding your own path.

IF YOU FALL

Canada, Animation

Tisha Deb Pillai, 2017, 6 min

Eight-year-old Lila takes on the daunting task of learning how to cycle, while she and her beloved Baba must also balance Mom’s work, his art, and everyone learning to grow and let go.

HENRIYETI: SOCK IT TO ME, YETI

USA, Animation

Greg Walter, 2017, 2 min

Henriyeti—a little bit girl and a little bit Yeti—demonstrates that great matches go beyond appearances. It’s just about teaming up and putting one fearless foot in front of the other.

PARTY MOUTH

USA, Animation

Hunter Gatherer, 2017, 2 min

We guarantee this catchy dubstep tune will stay in your head while you take your grooming game to a whole other level!

JAZZOO

Sweden, Animation

Adam Marko Nord, 2017, 9 min

Koalas, hippos, elephants, and fish find their own groove in this melodic menagerie of a film, set to jazz sounds from the award-winning Oddjob quintet.

Kid Flicks One

Kid Flicks One

February 16, 2019 | 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Kid Flicks One

Presenting Kid Flicks, a touring program of the New York International Children’s Film Festival. Explore new worlds without leaving the Northwest Corner! The Festival will includes 3 short film programs featuring audience favorite and award-winning short films from the 2018 largest film festival for kids and teens. These films encourage exploration, empathy, learning, and, of course, tons of fun!

Tickets are available for each individual program (Kid Flicks One, Kid Flicks Two and Viva Kid Flicks!) for $10 per person ($7 members). Alternatively the Kid Flicks All Access Pass includes all four showings for $25/person ($18 members). All tickets to the film festival include free admission to KidsPlay Children’s Museum on the day of the event. More information and advance tickets are available at KidsPlay Children’s Museum (www.kidsplaymuseum.org).

Kid Flicks One gives a warm welcome to all budding cinephiles with this lively international lineup of fun. This program is curated for ages 3-7, the films in this program rely on music, color and clear narratives to tell stories either in English or without dialogue. Kick off the festivities with good hygiene and great dubstep in Party Mouth (USA), then let your hair—or, er fur—down and hang loose in I Want to Live in the Zoo (Russia). And, even if you get into a tangle, there will be someone to catch and cheer you on with the charming If You Fall (Canada). Recommended ages: 3-7, 52 min. in English, or with no dialogue. Showtimes 11:00 am and 5:30 p.m.

I WANT TO LIVE IN THE ZOO

Russia, Animation

Evgenia Golubeva, 2017, 6 min

At home you must clean up your room, clear your plate, and finish up homework. Wouldn’t it be much more fun to relax and hang with some buddies at the zoo?

THE HOUSE

Czech Republic, Animation

Veronika Zacharova, 2016, 6 min

Moving on is never easy. Sometimes you’ve got to roll with the changes. Other times you have to chase your dreams, as the House and its inhabitants hilariously find out.

TIGER, TIGER

USA, Animation

Rhea Dadoo, 2017, 4 min

A family takes a wrong turn in the jungle and must summon all their calm to get out—but might that be a Bengali tiger in the shadows?

DARK, DARK WOODS

Denmark, Animation

Emile Gignoux & Mik Lovenbalch Kirchheiner, 2017, 6 min

Royal life’s not always so magnificent and can be tiring for a little one, so Maria trades in a tiara for a wilder kind of fun.

SHERBERT ROSENCRANTZ, YOU’RE BEAUTIFUL

Australia, Live Action

Natalie van den Dungen, 2017, 11 min

Ten-year-old Milly is quite content in the company of her carrot-colored guinea pig, Sherbert. She wonders why others can’t understand that in this sweet sherbet-hued ode to the 1980s and finding your own path.

IF YOU FALL

Canada, Animation

Tisha Deb Pillai, 2017, 6 min

Eight-year-old Lila takes on the daunting task of learning how to cycle, while she and her beloved Baba must also balance Mom’s work, his art, and everyone learning to grow and let go.

HENRIYETI: SOCK IT TO ME, YETI!

USA, Animation

Greg Walter, 2017, 2 min

Henriyeti—a little bit girl and a little bit Yeti—demonstrates that great matches go beyond appearances. It’s just about teaming up and putting one fearless foot in front of the other.

PARTY MOUTH

USA, Animation

Hunter Gatherer, 2017, 2 min

We guarantee this catchy dubstep tune will stay in your head while you take your grooming game to a whole other level!

JAZZOO

Sweden, Animation

Adam Marko Nord, 2017, 9 min

Koalas, hippos, elephants, and fish find their own groove in this melodic menagerie of a film, set to jazz sounds from the award-winning Oddjob quintet.

Kid Flicks One

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