The New York International Children’s Film Festival announces its program line-up, inviting kids and families, young and old, to take a journey through film; the event runs March 3-19.
The New York International Children’s Film Festival celebrates 25+ years of bringing the best new films from around the world to kids and families in NYC and beyond. This year’s festival runs March 3-19 and invites everyone, regardless of age, to travel through different landscapes, emotions, and perspectives through film. Additional information and tickets are available here.
Watch the festival trailer, then check out trailers for a few “animated” premieres happening next month at NYICFF2023:
East Coast Premiere:
Titina, directed by Kajsa Næss, (Belgium, Norway)
Lonely Castle in the Mirror, directed by Keiichi Hara (Japan)
New York Premiere:
Home is Somewhere Else, directed by Carlos Hagerman & Jorge Villalobos (Mexico)
Source: The New York International Children’s Film Festival