Inspire your kids to expect more from media! The Brooklyn International Film Festival (BiFF) is proud to announce the 6TH annual kidsfilmfest. Since 2004, kidsfilmfest has followed its mission to promote children’s filmmakers and to educate young movie-goers about the art of film production.
The program is tailored for children of all ages (films will be rated "G"). From short animation to narrative films this festival has a global scope. Children can get acquainted with the filmmakers while taking part in workshops about the films screened at the festival. We're excited about the hand drawn animation in "Huck on the Gowanus" and the Chinese film "The Birthday Gift." Attendees not only watch the films, but will also be able to discuss and explore the background of their production. There will be a Q&A with the directors and actors as well as a director’s interactive workshop following the June 13th screening at indieScreen.
June 13th at 1pm
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Long Island Children's Museum.
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