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New York Int'l Children's Film Festival is North America's largest festival of film for children and teens and stands at the forefront of a movement to define a new, more provocative and compelling film culture for kids. Susan Sarandon, Geena Davis, Bill Plympton, Christine Vachon, James Schamus, Henry Selick and Gus van Sant are on the NYICFF Jury. As an Academy®-qualifying Festival, winners of NYICFF's juried prizes are eligible for Oscar® consideration in the Animated and Live Action Short Film categories.

Each year the festival scours the globe to present a highly selective slate of the best animation, live action, documentary and experimental film from around the world. We are looking for creative, original, non-formulaic short and feature films that support our mission to create a more dynamic film culture for children and teens. We often program films that were not created with a young audience in mind, but are received passionately and enthusiastically by attendees ages 3-18 nonetheless. We are not shy about showing films with mature themes, subject matter, language or sensibilities.


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NY Int'l Children's Film Festival - CALL FOR ENTRIES!

DEADLINE APPROACHING!


New York International Children's FilmFestival (NYICFF) is issuing a call for entries for the upcoming 2010festival, to take place from February26-March 14, for a sold-out-in-advance audience of over 20,000 children,teens, parents, filmmakers and media professionals and a marketing reach of 2million in the New Yorkarea.  NYICFF seeks creative, original,non-formulaic works that will help to define a new, more compelling film forkids. 

NYICFFJURY:  Academy Award® winning actressSusan Sarandon, Award winning actor John Turturro, Academy Award®  nominated director Gus Van Sant, Academy Award®  nominated filmmaker James Schamus,award-winning producer ChristineVachon, award-winning actor Matthew Modine, andNew Yorker’s Adam Gopnik

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 

November 2, 2009

FESTIVAL DATES:            

February 26-March 14, 2010

CATEGORIES INCLUDE:     

Features, Shorts, Animation, Narrative, Documentary, Experimental

WEBSITE:    

gkids.com

ENTRY FORM, RULES,REGS:   gkids.com/images_submit/NYICFF2010EntryForm.pdf

 

AboutNYICFF:

As North America's largest and most prestigious festival of filmfor people under 18, NYICFF presentsa kaleidoscope of new animation, liveaction, experimental and documentary shorts and feature films from around theworld. Revered by Variety as "more daring andsubtle than the usual kids' fare" and recognized by Time Out New Yorkas "redefining what kids' entertainment can be," NYICFF is not shyabout showing films with mature themes, subject matter, language orsensibilities - especially for their teen and pre-teen audiences.

The Festival offers filmmaker Q&As, hands-on productionworkshops, red-carpet premieres, audience voting, and the NYICFF AwardsCeremony.  Programs are organized by agegroup, with screenings available for all ages from tots to teens. Winners arechosen by audience ballot and NYICFFalso presents a Special Jury Award, selected by a celebrity panel.

Since its inception in 1997, NYICFFhas premiered groundbreaking new works by directors such as Hayao Miyazaki,Danny Boyle, Katsuhiro Otomo and Michael Ocelot. In recognition of its efforts,NYICFF has been twice honored by the Academyof Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences,while NY State Council on the Arts named NYICFF “a model for youth programmingin New York State.”

 

NYICFF ACCOLADES:

"Devoted to the kind of fare that may be found at the AcademyAwards but not at the local multiplex."
--New York Times

"Enough premieres, parties, celebs and receptions to become a virtualkiddie Cannes."
--NY Citisearch
 
"Kid films that have not been cooked in Hollywood's cauldron are starting to burstinto the mainstream thanks in part to the New York International Children'sFilm Festival."
--Daily News

"Could NYICFF be the birth place of indie film for kids?"
--Time Out New York

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