The Best of the New York International Children's Film Festival: Kid Flicks One
Now through May 24, you’ll be able to purchase a digital screening of Kid Flicks One for only $10, after which you’ll have 48 hours to watch the program in a “virtual screening room” created just for patrons of the JBFC.
With each screening of Kid Flicks One purchased during this period you’ll provide much-needed support to both the JBFC and the New York International Children’s Film Festival as we navigate these uncharted waters.
Any questions? Check out our Virtual Screening Room FAQ.
- To take advantage of this screening option, you will follow this link to Vimeo. You will first need to register on this site with your own personal login details (you will not have access through your existing JBFC account). It’s very easy! You will enter your name and email address and set a password.
- This program can be viewed on a television (using Apple TV, Android TV, Fire TV, Roku or Chromecast), a mobile phone (iPhone, iPad, Android) and/or a computer (by clicking on the link in the email).
- Please note that helpful details are located on Vimeo’s website. For any questions regarding streaming, device, connection, or payment issues, you will need to reference that site and reach out directly to that site’s customer support.
- For more information please visit the NYICFF Virtual Cinema FAQ.
- Please feel free to reach out to JBFC support for non-streaming questions at email@example.com.
- Please note that we are unable to offer member prices.
About Kid Flicks One: If you’ve ever been the youngest of the group, you’ll sympathize with the little tadpole who always falls a tad behind in the charming Kuap. Catching up on penmanship is the name of the game in the winning doc Pen Licence. Then little ones are in charge and grown-ups get to play when the hilarious Flipped reworks the script. These shorts and so many others await you!
Kid Flicks One is recommended for ages 3–7.
The films in this program:
South Africa. Animation. Jeremy Collins/Kelly Dillon. 2018. 5 min.
One girl is determined to make a very big splash, but will she have the buoyant courage to pull it off?
France. Animation. Nicolas Bianco-Levrin. 2019. 4 min.
You’ve heard of night owls and bookworms? Well both perfectly describe this mouse, who must find a way to continue his exciting bedtime reading when it’s lights out.
Switzerland. Animation. Nils Hedinger. 2018. 7 min.
If you’ve ever been the youngest of the group, you’ll sympathize with the little tadpole who always falls a tad behind in the charming KUAP.
USA. Animation. Jamy Wheless & John Helms. 2017. 6 min.
Pig may be up high, but his nimble new neighbor, Duck, shows how the most important spot of all is one next to friends.
Australia. Documentary. Olivia Peniston-Bird. 2018. 9 min.
Nanuk, a tough-talking polar bear, meets Aklak, an enthusiastic grizzly, when he encroaches on her own dwindling turf. She’s understandably a little less than patient with his clueless cheer.
Russia. Animation. Sergei Ryabov. 2018. 3 min.
Checkers may seem a game of child’s play, but can a losing cat nab a comeback?
United Kingdom. Animation. Hend Esmat/Lamiaa Diab. 2018. 5 min.
Little ones are in charge and grown-ups get to play when the hilarious Flipped reworks the script.
Guatemala. Animation. Giselle Pérez. 2018. 2 min.
Like everything Abuelita does, her tamales are filled with love, especially when her granddaughter gets to help out in the kitchen.
USA. Animation. Nancy Kangas/Josh Kun. 2018. 2 min.
Samuel serves up some poetic proclamations about life, as definitively drawn from the three-foot perspective.
Colombia. Animation. Alex Budovsky. 2018. 4 min.
NYC’s biggest borough gets the Busby Berkeley treatment in this charmingly upbeat ode to industrial Brooklyn that will have you tapping your steel-capped toes!
USA. Animation. Hanna Kim. 2018. 4 min.
Nighttime is a breeze for a nocturnal creature, but a spotlight shines in more ways than one in this Student Academy Award-Winner.