Family Film Sunday: NYICFF Best of the Fest 1
Sunday Oct 16 11:10 AM
Sunday Oct 16 01:00 PM
Doris Duke Theatre
About the Film:
See the best in kid-friendly shorts from the New York International Children’s Film Festival. Recommended for ages 3-7. Free.
ONE, TWO, TREE
Directed by Yulia Aronova. France. 2015. 7 min.
It's the story of a tree, a tree like any other. One day, it jumps into a pair of boots and goes off for a walk, inviting everyone to follow.
Directed by Julia Ocker. Germany. 2015. 3.5 min,
Baking a cake should be much easier with eight arms, but that’s only if all arms agree on what cake they’re going to make!
Directed by Paul and Sandra Fierlinger. USA. 2014. 9min.
Jane Goodall is renowned for her work with apes in the jungle, but as Patrick McDonnell’s heartwarming tale shows, her curiosity, spirit and sense of adventure started long ago with a toy chimpanzee named Jubliee.
Directed by Andy Martin. UK. 2015. 3 min.
Our new favorite band performs a pocket-sized poem about our all-time favorite subject: food!
Directed by Susann Hoffmann. Germany. 2014. 3 min.
A grey lynx doesn’t quite fit into the colorful world around him, and resorts to dark behavior to blend in.
MEMORIES OF THE SEA
Directed by Thais Drassinower. Brazil/USA. 2015. 9 min.
Fidel is six years old and has a lot of opinions, but doesn't quite understand the changes happening within his family.
Directed by Veronika Zacharova. Czech Republic. 2015. 4 min.
What happens when a little girl who is bored at the zoo suddenly notices a big gorilla?
THAT IS NOT A GOOD IDEA
Directed by Pete List. USA. 2015. 7.5 min.
A devious spin on a classic tale of a hungry fox and plump goose, complete with a chorus of concerned little chicks!
Directed by Ru Kuwuhata & Mac Porter. USA. 2015. 1.5 min.
A house is visited by a clean, organized, well-mannered guest.
AN OBJECT AT REST
Directed by Seth Boyden. USA 2015. 5.5 min.
A stone will encounter lots of obstacles over the course of a millennium, but is there any greater disruption than that of human civilization?
Directed by Philip Watts. Australia. 2014. 1 min.
A man's home is his castle. But not for long...
THE GIRL WHO SPOKE CAT
Directed by Dotty Kuttys. UK / Poland. 2014. 6 min.
A curious girl wants to add some color into her predictable, organized world where there’s a proper way of walking, looking — even eating soup!