4:00 pm | Kid Flicks Two: ages 8+
$8/$6 kids and members

With a compelling range of styles and themes, Kid Flicks Two offers clever, thought-provoking films sure
to inspire audiences ages 8+ to expand their horizons. In the Grand Prize award-winner Game (USA), AJ
has the drive to excel but must push through obstacles to get there. Meanwhile, teamwork takes on
different stripes when an odd couple of bears are forced to work together in the hilarious stop-motion
short Poles Apart (UK). Plus, the CG-animated wonder Gokurōsama (France) bridges cultures and
generations by showing us that even in an automated age, a little human touch can still work wonders.

Germany/Japan, Animation
Jon Frickey, 2018, 11 min
Japanese with English subtitles
Jiro feels sick. When his father takes him to the doctor, tests confirm it’s nothing serious… and yet reveal
surprising news about Jiro. But who says you can’t challenge the results?

Australia, Animation
Philip Watts, 2017, 2min
A citizen needs rescuing. Luckily, there’s a superhero on hand who just needs somewhere to get into

Russia, Animation
Roman Sokolov, 2017, 9 min
Deep at night, a dedicated cyclist traverses the wintry forest. The challenge: make sure this new day gets
off to a fresh and timely start.

France, Animation
Clémentine Frère, Aurore Gal, Yukiko Meignien, Anna Mertz, Robin Migliorelli & Romain Salvini,
2016, 7 min
From escalators to robotic vacuums, automation helps this slightly surreal Japanese megamall hum
along. But sometimes a little human touch goes a long way…

UK, Animation
Paloma Baeza, 2017, 12 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.

USA, Animation
Sara Litzenberger, 2017, 3 min
Sasquatch. Bigfoot. Call him what you will, if you can catch him on camera, that is, in this surprising look
behind his elusive nature.

USA , Live Action
Jeannie Donohoe, 2017, 15 min
A.J. Green, a new kid in town, shows up at boys’ basketball tryouts and instantly makes an impression.
Can it be sustained?

USA, Live Action
Joel Ramirez, 2017, 6 min
Mexican country craft meets-cute with NYC urban grit in this tale of a near-perfect mâche.

Netherlands, Documentary
Kim Brand, 2017, 15 min
In Dutch and Arabic with English subtitles
Two boys from Holland are headed on a big journey, traveling to a refugee camp on the Greek island of
Lesbos where their mothers volunteer. How will the boys bridge such big differences in language, culture,
and experiences to make friends and build meaningful bonds?

New York International Children’s Film Festival was founded in 1997 to support the creation and dissemination of thoughtful, provocative, and intelligent film for children and teens ages 3-18. The Festival experience cultivates an appreciation for the arts, encourages active, discerning viewing, and stimulates lively discussion among peers, families, and the film community.