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Film | NYICFF Kid Flicks One

Ages 3+

November 27, 12:30 pm - 1:45 pm

TICKETS

$5 Adults | $3 Seniors
Children & Members Free
Runtime: 68 min. | Recommended Ages: 3+

 

Join us for a screening from the New York International Children’s Film Festival! Jump-start your little ones’ love of cinema with Kid Flicks One, curated to charm all ages and especially introduce our youngest viewers, ages 3+, to their very first screen experiences.

 

a film by m+m

United States | East Coast Premiere
Animation, Megan McShane & Matthew Yang, 2020, 2 min.
No dialogue

Two wacky wizard friends bump and cruise through a fantastical land, powered by green in more ways than one!

 

A Lynx in the Town
France, Switzerland
Animation, Nina Bisiarina, 2019, 7 min.
No dialogue

You’ve heard of King Kong, now meet this king cat, a giant feline who falls for the big city, with its skyscraper scratching posts and inhabitants who marvel at her size.

 

Ink
Netherlands
Animation, Joost van den Bosch & Erik Verkerk, 2020, 2 min.
No dialogue

Being a neat freak is easy when you’ve got eight arms and live underwater, but try keeping up with this octopus teacher’s hilarious lesson!

Kenya’s Symphony
United States
Animation, Carlos Douglas Jr., 2020, 5 min.
In English

A stubborn 5-year-old reluctantly heads off to a performance with her mom. When the music starts, will a passion bloom?

 

Kiri and Lou — Air
Canada, New Zealand | US Premiere
Animation, Harry Sinclair, 2020, 5 min.
In English

Kiri and Lou are the silliest creatures around, but they’re smart enough to know a good thing when they’ve got it.


Leaf

Belarus, Czech Republic
Animation, Aliona Baranova, 2020, 6 min.
No dialogue

A larger-than-life sailor is reminded of home when a passenger’s daughter brings aboard a tiny red leaf, inspiring a grand new journey.

 

Mido and the Instrumentals
France | North American Premiere
Animation, Roman Guillanton, 2020, 6 min.
No dialogue

Young Mido wants to be part of the band, but he just might need to tune his wild and wooly style to jam with these cool creatures.

 

Sum of its Parts
United States
Animation, Alisa Stern, 2019, 3 min.
No dialogue

Wondrous creatures bop, slither, and shake to the beat of the forest in this silly sylvan symphony.

 

The Yogi Walrus
United Kingdom | North American Premiere
Animation, Daleya Marohn, 2019, 4 min.
In English

Little Emi craves ice cream and always wants more. Learning to savor is the cherry on top.

 

Umbrellas
France, Spain | New York Premiere
Animation, Jose Prats & Alvaro Robles, 2020, 12 min.
No dialogue

Safe and dry, Kyna has her dad’s love and protection to carry her through…until her dog, Nana, needs a rescue.

 

Advance ticket purchase with pre-registration is required. Enrollment is limited. All tickets are sold online only. Medical-grade face masks must be worn at all times and will be provided to anyone who needs one. Learn more about our safety protocols here.

Details

Date:
November 27
Time:
12:30 pm - 1:45 pm
Event Categories:
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Venue

Parrish Art Museum
279 Montauk Highway
Water Mill, NY 11976 United States
Phone:
631-283-2118
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Film | NYICFF Kid Flicks One

Ages 3+

November 27, 12:30 pm - 1:45 pm

TICKETS

$5 Adults | $3 Seniors
Children & Members Free
Runtime: 68 min. | Recommended Ages: 3+

 

Join us for a screening from the New York International Children’s Film Festival! Jump-start your little ones’ love of cinema with Kid Flicks One, curated to charm all ages and especially introduce our youngest viewers, ages 3+, to their very first screen experiences.

 

a film by m+m

United States | East Coast Premiere
Animation, Megan McShane & Matthew Yang, 2020, 2 min.
No dialogue

Two wacky wizard friends bump and cruise through a fantastical land, powered by green in more ways than one!

 

A Lynx in the Town
France, Switzerland
Animation, Nina Bisiarina, 2019, 7 min.
No dialogue

You’ve heard of King Kong, now meet this king cat, a giant feline who falls for the big city, with its skyscraper scratching posts and inhabitants who marvel at her size.

 

Ink
Netherlands
Animation, Joost van den Bosch & Erik Verkerk, 2020, 2 min.
No dialogue

Being a neat freak is easy when you’ve got eight arms and live underwater, but try keeping up with this octopus teacher’s hilarious lesson!

Kenya’s Symphony
United States
Animation, Carlos Douglas Jr., 2020, 5 min.
In English

A stubborn 5-year-old reluctantly heads off to a performance with her mom. When the music starts, will a passion bloom?

 

Kiri and Lou — Air
Canada, New Zealand | US Premiere
Animation, Harry Sinclair, 2020, 5 min.
In English

Kiri and Lou are the silliest creatures around, but they’re smart enough to know a good thing when they’ve got it.


Leaf

Belarus, Czech Republic
Animation, Aliona Baranova, 2020, 6 min.
No dialogue

A larger-than-life sailor is reminded of home when a passenger’s daughter brings aboard a tiny red leaf, inspiring a grand new journey.

 

Mido and the Instrumentals
France | North American Premiere
Animation, Roman Guillanton, 2020, 6 min.
No dialogue

Young Mido wants to be part of the band, but he just might need to tune his wild and wooly style to jam with these cool creatures.

 

Sum of its Parts
United States
Animation, Alisa Stern, 2019, 3 min.
No dialogue

Wondrous creatures bop, slither, and shake to the beat of the forest in this silly sylvan symphony.

 

The Yogi Walrus
United Kingdom | North American Premiere
Animation, Daleya Marohn, 2019, 4 min.
In English

Little Emi craves ice cream and always wants more. Learning to savor is the cherry on top.

 

Umbrellas
France, Spain | New York Premiere
Animation, Jose Prats & Alvaro Robles, 2020, 12 min.
No dialogue

Safe and dry, Kyna has her dad’s love and protection to carry her through…until her dog, Nana, needs a rescue.

 

Advance ticket purchase with pre-registration is required. Enrollment is limited. All tickets are sold online only. Medical-grade face masks must be worn at all times and will be provided to anyone who needs one. Learn more about our safety protocols here.