New York International Children’s Film Festival
Announces Key Dates for 2023 Edition
The Festival Will Run March 3-19 and Returns to All In Person After COVID Hiatus
New FREE “NYICFF in Your Neighborhood” Program Offers Curated Shorts at Venues Across All Five Boroughs
February 24-26, Ahead of the Fest
Program Details To Be Announced!
New York International Children’s Film Festival (NYICFF) has announced the dates for its 2023 edition, as well as key dates for related programs. Additional programs include: NYICFF in Your Neighborhood, free presentations of a NYICFF short film program for ages 3-8 taking place at venues citywide and new this year; Toward an Inclusive Future, NYICFF’s annual Industry Forum that brings together creators at all stages of their careers to discuss inclusivity on all sides of the camera; and NYICFF at Sag Harbor Cinema.
WHAT: New York International Children’s Film Festival
WHEN: March 3-19, 2023
*NEW THIS YEAR*
NYICFF in Your Neighborhood
Dates: February 24-26, 2023
Location: SVA Theatre, Bronx Children’s Museum, Ghetto Film School, DCTV’s Firehouse Cinema, Brooklyn Public Library, Stuart Cinema Cafe, Queens Museum and more to be announced
About: FREE pre-festival presentations of a NYICFF short film program for ages 3-8 to take place at venues, libraries, museums, and cultural centers across NYC.
Toward an Inclusive Future
Date: March 10, 2023
Location: Chelsea Factory
About: NYICFF’s annual Industry Forum is free and open to university students, aspiring filmmakers, and emerging creators, it will feature insight from industry professionals and actionable conversations on creating equity from story to screen and beyond in media and entertainment for kids.
NYICFF at Sag Harbor Cinema
Dates: March 17-19, 2023
Location: Sag Harbor Cinema
Details: A selection of the festival’s program travels to Sag Harbor. Lineup details to be announced!
“Pushes boundaries.” —The New York Times
“One of New York’s Best Film Festivals” — Vulture
“Progressive [and] Inspiring” —Metro NY
“Has Lots for Grown-Ups, Too.” —WNYC The Takeaway
About New York International Children’s Film Festival
Established in 1997, NYICFF’s mission is rooted in the belief of film as a path for young people to understand themselves and others. All programs are designed to celebrate the beauty and power of film, spark the inherent capacity of children to connect with complex, nuanced art, and encourage the creation of intelligent films that represent and celebrate unique, diverse, and historically excluded voices. NYICFF serves children, students, families, educators, filmmakers, and media arts professionals through its three core activities: the annual, Oscar®-qualifying NYC film festival and national touring program; Film-Ed, a media arts and literacy program; and Toward an Inclusive Future, an annual industry forum.
For more information please visit: https://nyicff.org/