Recommended for ages 3 to 7

Kid Flicks One, from the New York International Children’s Film Festival (NYICFF), is brimming with fun and clever stories of growth and transformation. These short films come from Australia, Colombia, France, Guatemala, Russia, and the United States, among other countries. Sympathize with the little tadpole who always falls a “tad” behind in the charming KUAP. To graduate from pencils, brush up on pencils in The Pen Licence. These tales and more await!

• Thursday, December 26 | Free
• Saturday, December 28 | Free with Museum admission; free for ages 12 & younger

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The Pen Licence
Directed by Olivia Peniston-Bird (Australia, 2018, 9 minutes)

Preschool Poets: Poem about All Different Things
Directed by Nancy Kangas and Josh Kun (USA, 2018, 2 minutes)

Directed by Sergei Ryabov (Russian Federation, 2018, 3 minutes, in Russian with English subtitles)

Brooklyn Breeze
Directed by Alex Budovsky (Colombia/USA, 2017, 4 minutes)

Mi Abuelita
Directed by Giselle Pérez (Guatemala, 2018, 2 minutes, no dialogue)

Raccoon and the Light
Directed by Hanna Kim (USA, 2018, 4 minutes)

Small Spark (Petite Étincelle)
Directed by Nicolas Bianco-Levrin (France, 2019, 4 minutes, no dialogue)

Belly Flop
Directed by Jeremy Collins & Kelly Dillon (South Africa, 2018, 5 minutes, no dialogue)

Directed by Florent Hill (France, 2018, 4 minutes, in French with English subtitles)

Directed by Hend Esmat & Lamiaa Diab (United Kingdom, 2018, 5 minutes, no dialogue)

Directed by Nils Hedinger (Switzerland, 2018, 8 minutes, no dialogue)

The Pig on the Hill
Directed Jamy Wheless & John Helms (USA, 2017, 6 minutes)

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Various directors
Various countries
Running Time
60 minutes
Digital, Color