Films and Showtimes
- Oscar Live Action Shorts (2019)
- The Essentials: Marie Antoinette (2006)
- Everybody Knows
- Apollo 11
- Bury the Hatchet (Local Film)
- Into The Light 2
- Pierrot le Fou (1965)
- Border (In Translation Series)
- Never Look Away
- Moxie Flix: The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951)
- Staff Picks: Y Tu Mamá También (2002)
- Staff Picks: Gosford Park (2001)
- Staff Picks: Zodiac (2007)
- Staff Picks: The Last Picture Show (1971)
BEST OF 2012 NY INT'L CHILDREN'S FILM FESTIVAL: PARTY MIX
- Various, 65 min.
- In English or subtitled
- SHORT FILMS FOR AGES 8-18
- Running Time:
The New York Int’l Children’s Film Festival presents a collection of hilarious, heartfelt and beautiful short films around the world, suitable for older kids ages 8 to 18, including festival award-winners and audience favorites.
SHORT FILMS FOR AGES 8-18
The Dancer USA Documentary, Seth Stark, 2011, 11 min
This uplifting true story about orphan Satish shows shades of Slumdog Millionaire. Beautiful village and pastoral scenery and quick-cut montages revel in the bustling colors, sounds, tastes, and textures of India, while Satish’s indomitable spirit and joyfulness prevail against all odds.
Dawn Canada Animation, Jean-François Proulx, 2010, 1.5 min
When a bump in the road causes an unexpected chain of events, a truck driver’s life flashes before his eyes.
Dripped France Animation, Leo Verrier, 2010, 9 min
A fantastic imagining of how Jackson Pollack came upon his “drip” and action-painting style: through devouring (literally) all the styles of the modern past.
Extinction of the Sabertooth House Cat USA Animation, Damon Wong, 2010, 3.5 min
Though scientists have conjectured, none could truly say what caused the demise of the Sabertooth House Cat. But now this hard-hitting documentary reveals startling new evidence to detail the dramatic last moments of one of Earth’s littlest known creatures.
The Girl and the Fox USA Animation, Tyler J. Kupferer, 2011, 5.5 min
An enemy becomes a friend as a young girl has a life-and-death encounter with a snow fox at dusk in the frozen forest.
Hello, I Like You USA Experimental, Mixtape Clup, 2011, 2 min
Created by Brooklyn’s Mixtape Club, this quick-cut musical montage plays with texture, shape, pattern, and movement – with rope, leaves, nuts and bolts, and eye hooks twisting, dancing and popping to a soothing electronica beat.
Luminaris Argentina Animation, Juan Pablo Zaramella, 2010, 6.5 min
From the director of past NYICFF favorites Lapsus and Journey to Mars comes a brilliantly executed, visually unique and immensely amusing stop motion short that took home the audience award at the prestigious Annecy Animation Festival. In a world controlled and timed by light, one man has a plan that could change destiny.
The Maker Australia Animation, Christopher Kezelos, 2010, 5 min
In a dark room, a glass-eyed puppet is constructing a look-alike companion, while the sands drain away in hour glass and violin music plays in a minor key. He completes the puppet but she doesn’t come alive. At last her eyes open and they share a few brief moments of togetherness before the sand runs out.
Maximum Boost Switzerland Live Action, Rolf Hellat, 2010, 5 min
With inventive use of sound, including crackly original audio from the Apollo 13 space mission, Remo and his grandmother blast off from a rainy playground in Switzerland on a journey to the moon.
The Storyteller India/UK Animation, Nandita Jain, 2011, 10 min
Nirmala lives in a seaside village with her grandpa, who recites her favorite story about a fisher boy. Yet lately he’s been forgetting some of the details.