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Films for Children and Teens
Kid Flicks One

Ages 4 and up
February 23 at 10:30
February 24 at 11:30
East Building Auditorium

Kid Flicks One is a compilation of short films featuring innovative animation from the New York International Children’s Film Festival. This lively international lineup of fun offers short films from Australia, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Russia, Sweden, and the United States. Approximately 52 minutes.

Party Mouth
United States, animation
Hunter Gatherer, 2017, 2 minutes

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

I Want to Live in the Zoo
Russia, animation
Evgenia Golubeva, 2017, 6 minutes

At home, you must clean up your room, clear your plate, and finish up homework. Wouldn't it be fun to escape your chores and hang with some buddies at the zoo instead?

Dark, Dark Woods
Denmark, animation
Emile Gignoux and Mik Lovenbalch Kirchheiner, 2017, 6 minutes

Royal life, while magnificent, is full of responsibilities and obligations, even for a six-year-old princess.  Come along with Princess Maria as she trades in a tiara for some wild fun.

The House
Czech Republic, animation
Veronika Zacharova, 2016, 6 minutes

Moving on is never easy. But sometimes you’ve got to roll with the changes, which may offer opportunities. Other times you have to follow your dreams. Join the inhabitants of The House on their hilarious journey.

Tiger, Tiger
United States, animation
Rhea Dadoo, 2017, 4 minutes

A family takes a wrong turn in the jungle and must remain calm to find their way out. But might that be a Bengali tiger lurking in the shadows?

Jazzoo
Sweden, animation
Adam Marko Nord, 2017, 9 minutes

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

Sherbert Rosencrantz, You’re Beautiful
Australia, live action
Natalie van den Dungen, 2017, 11 minutes

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

Henriyeti: Sock It to Me, Yeti!
United States, animation
Greg Walter, 2017, 2 minutes

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

If You Fall
Canada, animation
Tisha Deb Pillai, 2017, 6 minutes

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

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