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The critically acclaimed New York Int’l Children’s Film Festival (NYICFF) kicks off its 13th season Feb 26-March 21, 2010 at six New York locations, with ground-breaking, fun-filled and thought-provoking new works and special events for ages 3-18.
The festival includes 100 new films from around the world with: opening gala, major feature film premieres,special filmmaker presentations, NYICFF’s award-winning short films programs, children’s film production workshops, a celebrity benefit event, a 50-year French animation retrospective, audience voting, and the NYICFF Awards Ceremony.
Mai Mai Miracle –
Sumptuously animated film about friendship and the passing of childhood evokes a happy/sad nostalgia for the endless days of summer and is a sensitive portrayal of a young girl at the transition between childhood and adult.
Oblivion Island –
Exquisitely detailed 2D backgrounds combine with modern 3D character designs in a dazzling animated adventure that plays like Alice’s fall through the rabbit hole into a world of topsy-turvy, anime dream-logic.