Return to the magic of big screen events with the New York International Children’s Film Festival, North America’s largest film festival for kids and teens, and celebrate their 25th annual festival in person. This year’s festival features screenings of exciting new animated, live action and documentary films for young audiences, plus filmmaker Q&As running now through March 19.
NYICFF’s 2022 Centerpiece program March 11 is Disney/Pixar’s Turning Red, the debut feature film by Oscar-winner Domee Shi.
NYICFF’s shorts programs include the eclectic Tots and Short Films One, Two and Three programs, to the thematically organized Girls’ POV and spine-chilling and quirky Heebie Jeebies, this short-form cinema continuously inspires audiences.
All screenings of films for ages five and under will be held exclusively online.
The festival will close with the East Coast premiere screening of Richard Linklater’s charming animated feature film Apollo 10½: A Space Age Childhood (narrated by Jack Black) on Saturday, March 19.
After the festival closes, select titles stream online.
Tickets are on sale now at https://nyicff.org/festival/
To learn more about New York International Children’s Film Festival visit https://nyicff.org/ .