New York International Children's Film Festival
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NY International Children's Film Fest

Kid Flicks

July 16 - 23, 2022

These amazing short film programs from around the world are sure to inspire delight, curiosity and conversation for viewers big and small.

22/23 Hop Film

2021 NYICFF KID FLICKS TRAILER


This fun and clever showcase features award winners and audience favorites—and adults will be sure to enjoy the craft and creativity on display in these bite-sized gems. 

With animation, live-action, and documentary films from 14 countries, NYICFF Kid Flicks programs open windows into the world, reflecting a diversity of styles, cultures and themes that will give your family plenty of inspiration and conversation long after the programs are done.

Kid Flicks One (age 3+)

Sat, July 16 at 11 am • Loew

Share your love of cinema with your little ones with Kid Flicks One, curated to charm all ages and especially introduce our youngest viewers, ages 3+, to their very first screen experiences. Little Emi in The Yogi Walrus craves ice cream and always wants more, but learning to savor is the cherry on top. Meanwhile, in Kenya's Symphony, a stubborn 5-year-old reluctantly heads off to a performance with her mom, but when the music starts, will a passion bloom? Young Mido wants to be part of the band, but needs to adjust his wild and wooly style amidst a troupe of cool creatures in Mido and the Instrumals. 52m

Kid Flicks Two (age 7+)

Sat, July 23 at 11 am •  Loew

With shorts for ages 7+, Kid Flicks Two audiences are ready for plenty of fun, plus deeper themes and multilingual films with English subtitles. Stop motion equals nonstop action in Wild Lea, as a feral Colombian cat goes from lonely to loved, but can she learn to settle down with her new makeshift family? And if kooky tales are what you're craving, you'll flip your lid over the hilariously absurd split personalities of Matilda and the Spare Head. In the doc Dear Future Me, sixth-graders wrote letters to their future selves; fast-forward to 2020 when the now 12th graders re-read them with alternately surprising, bittersweet and hilarious results. Subtitled, 68m

Upcoming Films

Upcoming Films

The Ranch
Hop Film Now

The season opens with an exclusive screening of Jazz Fest: A New Orleans Story with co-director Ryan Suffern in person (Jul 2). Shot at the event's 50th anniversary with IMAX cameras and drones, the...

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Summer at the Hop
Summer 2022

With electrifying Artistic Director Rhiannon Giddens at the helm, Silkroad Ensemble reminds us of our cultural commonalities through new music. Seth Parker Woods weaves poetry and history into a...

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Black Family Visual Arts Center
22 Lebanon Street
Hanover, NH

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