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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.

The Festival is a 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization.

The flagship New York City Festival has grown from one weekend of films into the largest film festival for children and teens in North America. Screened over the course of four weeks at venues throughout NYC, the Festival program - narrowed down from roughly 2,500 international submissions - is comprised of approximately 100 short and feature films, filmmaker Q&As, retrospective programs, parties, and premieres. The Festival is an Academy Award® qualifying festival, one of only three film festivals in New York State - and only two children's film festivals in the country - to hold that honor. Winners of the Festival's juried prizes are eligible for consideration at the annual Academy Awards®, which speaks to both the quality of the Festival's programming efforts and to its dedication to promoting emerging filmmakers.

In addition to presenting the annual event, New York International Children's Film Festival is a multifaceted arts organization that offers year-round engagement, including special event premieres and pre-release screenings, film production workshops for kids, satellite festivals in Boston, Miami, and Philadelphia, and touring programs that screen in theaters nationwide.



New York International Children's Film Festival

225 Broadway, #2610

New York, NY 10007

tel: 212-349-0330


General inquiries: admin@gkids.com

Submissions: programming@gkids.com

Press & media: press@gkids.com

School partnerships: schools@gkids.com

Workshops: workshops@gkids.com

Advertising & sponsorship: sponsorship@gkids.com