Family Film Sunday: Kid Flix 2017 • Part 2
Sunday Oct 15 11:10 AM
Sunday Oct 15 01:00 PM
Doris Duke Theatre
About the Film:
See selected shorts from the New York International Children’s Film Festival. Recommended for ages 8 and up. 73 min.
Admission: Free. Seating is first come, first served.
Directed by Tatiana Poliekova. Russia/Australia. 2014. 3 min.
The best cinema of all reflects what is right in front of us, in this homage to all things that capture our eye.
Directed by Shingo Usami. Australia. 2015. 10 min.
A father and son work their way past loss to strengthen cultural bonds in the unlikeliest of places: the lunchbox.
Nino & Felix
Directed by Marta Palazzo and Lorenzo Latrofa. Italy. 2015. 8 min.
Nino and Felix, two boys thrown together by circumstance, must learn to work it out in fantastical fashion to find common ground.
Directed by Ervin B. Nagy. Hungary. 2016. 7 min.
Eleven-year-old “Little Mouse” is a naturally gifted swimmer who earned a spot at the Bucharest Youth Championship. Will she have what it takes to out-lap the big kids?
Welcome to My Life
Directed by Elizabeth Ito. USA. 2015. 9 min.
The animated high school challenges of T-Kesh, your average Monster-American teenager.
Directed by Sonia Cendón, Sara Esteban, Arnau Gòdia, Ingrid Masarnau, Martí Montañola. Spain. 2016. 7 min.
Roger is used to being the leading man in a stop-motion series. But when his good luck runs out on set, he must learn how to claw his way back...
Directed by Olda Osorio. Spain. 2016. 9 min.
Summer, 1982. Teo claims he has found the fabled Einstein-Rosen Bridge through space and time. His brother Óscar doesn’t believe him…at least not for now.
Rhea Dadoo. USA. 2016. 3 min.
It’s about friendship and reflecting on personal journeys. Also, dogs!
Directed by Job, Joris, & Marieke. Netherlands. 2016. 21 min.
Three friends must walk a day in each other’s shoes…and legs, and torsos.