KID FLIX MIX: Best of 2015 New York International Children’s Film Fest

Director(s): Multiple
Country: Multi-national
Language: In English or no dialogue
Multiple Film Types | 2014, 2015 | 60 min
Recommended for ages All (Parental Guidance: Appropriate for all ages.)

As part of a national community of prestigious film festivals, PCFF invites short film compilations from other quality fests to be part of our program. The New York International Children’s Film Festival’s younger oriented KIDS FLIX reel is back and better than ever. This year’s highlights include the Oscar-nominated ME AND MY MOULTON and BUNNY NEW GIRL.

    PIK PIK PIK
    Russia, Animation, Dmitry Vysotskiy, 2014, 3 min
    The woodpecker rattles the tree, on the hunt for ants. But, alas, someone grabs a hold of the tree, and the ill-matched creatures form an unbeatable team.

    ZEBRA
    Germany, Animation, Julia Ocker, 2013, 2 min
    One day the zebra ran into the tree.

    MY BIG BROTHER
    USA, Animation, Jason Rayner, 2014, 2.5 min
    Big brother is not just older, but physically gigantic.

    BUNNY NEW GIRL
    Australia, Live Action, Natalie van den Dungen, 2014, 6 min
    On her first day at a new school, a self-conscious young girl learns that friendship can transcend difference.

    5.80 METERS
    France, Animation, Nicolas Deveaux, 2012, 5 min
    A herd of high-flying acrobatic giraffes takes to the pool.

    COOKIE-TIN BANJO
    USA/United Kingdom, Animation, Peter Baynton, 2014, 2.5 min
    In this storybook folk tale, a handcrafted guitar is passed down to a young boy from his father and becomes the gift of a lifetime.

    LARISA CAN FLY
    Russia, Animation, Elizaveta Manokhina/Polina Manokhina, 2013, 6.5 min
    A poetic tale of two girls and their larger-than-life Granny, who turn every day into imaginative adventures in this beautiful, painterly animation.

    MINUSCULE: THE PRIVATE LIVES OF INSECTS – BRUSHING
    France, Animation/Live Action, Hélène Giraud / Thomas Szabo, 2014, 5 min
    A common bathroom becomes the setting for an all-terrain, Looney Toons-inspired chase between a fly and a spider.

    ELEPHANT AND THE BICYCLE
    France/Belgium, Animation, Olesya Shchukina, 2014, 9 min
    An elephant lives in a town among people and works as a street cleaner. One day, he sees a big billboard advertising a bicycle. It seems the perfect size for him!

    EYES
    USA, Animation, Tom Law, 2013, 1 min
    There are things to fear in the dark.

    ME AND MY MOULTON
    Norway/Canada, Animation, Torill Kove, 2014, 14 min
    2015 Oscar® nominee! A 7-year-old girl, whose parents are unconventional modernists, wants her family to be like other Norwegian families of the 1960s. This causes problems the summer she asks her parents for a bike.