Join us on the Red Carpet for the New York International Children’s Film Festival.

For over 20 years the NYICFF has premiered the best new films for ages 3-18. The Festival typically takes place over 4 weekends in early spring as families travelled to venues throughout NYC to view innovative and exciting films from around the world.  This year, the Festival brings the premiere experience directly to your home for a limited time only. 

Choose Your Festival Package

Kid Flicks One (Ages 3-7)

Share the art of film with your kids in this short film package (totalling 56-minutes) filled with fun and clever stories of growth and transformation. With films from 10 countries, these shorts are sure to delight and inspire. See full Kid Flicks One line-up.

Kid Flicks Two (Ages 8+)

These short films (79 minutes total) show that playfulness, big ideas, and feelings small and large are all just fine! For great films for kids ready to grow in experiences and ideas, NYICFF’s Kid Flicks Two is just the ticket. See full Kid Flicks Two line-up.

Order Now

Your NYCIFF experience provides 48 hours of streaming access to your Kids Flicks choice on Vimeo.
Choose package
Rental Fee: $6.99/package ($3 package for LICM members. See May 8 & May 16 member emails for promo code.) Select "Long Island Children's Museum" in Step 2 when checking out.

Create Conversations               

Talk about how films, just like stories found in books, have similar elements – characters, settings and themes. Let them know that they will be seeing several different short films, each with its own characters and message.  After you’ve watched the films, begin a conversation to get your children thinking about what they’ve seen:

  • Which film was your favorite? What did you like about it?
  • Which film was your least favorite? Why?
  • Who was your favorite character?  Why did you like them?
  • Did any of these stories remind you of a book you’ve read or a place you’ve visited?
  • Some of the films didn’t have dialogue, how could you tell what the characters were feeling?