NYICFF Kid Flicks Two
Location: Bartos Screening Room
Catch the best short films from around the world for ages 8 and up!
Dir. Jeon Seungbae. South Korea, 2018, 7 mins. Animation. Banging, jumping, wailing, pounding—noisy neighbor mayhem rules the day until this ultimately loveable bunch of apartment dwellers find a way to hammer it out together.
Mogu & Perol
Dir. Tsuneo Goda. Japan, 2018, 9 mins. Animation. Whether their tastes lean umami or sweet, the duo here finds there is simply nothing more delicious than a warm friendship.
Dir. Gediminas Siaulys. Lithuania, 2017, 11 mins. Animation. A magical transfer of glowing energy and life is set into motion when one creature departs its earthly form.
Dir. Emily Sheskin. USA, 2017, 7 mins. Documentary. A pugilist-in-training, Jess has big boxing aspirations, while her father worries and supports her in one-two alternations of his own.
A Field Guide to Being a 12-Year-Old Girl
Dir. Tilda Cobham-Hervey. Australia, 2017, 20 mins. Who doesn’t need A Field Guide to Being a 12-Year-Old Girl—whether you are, have been, or ever wanted to be one—in this wry comedy.
Dir. Christian Zetterberg. Sweden, 2018, 6 mins. A middle school dance floor is the ultimate field of courage for our protagonist.
Dir. Katya Miloslavskaya. Russia, 2017, 5 mins. Animation. The (cat) power of the cosmos can fuel you once you connect your charger to the energy and yin-yang fusion of Catmos.
Dirs. Léo Brunel, Loris Cavalier, Camille Jalabert, Oscar Malet. France, 2018, 6 mins. Animation. Crevasse-kicking laughs are in store when an alpine ski rescue goes way, way off track.
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