Explore the world without leaving New York! The New York International Children’s Film Festival takes place February 23 through March 18, 2018 throughout New York City, with nine screenings at Scandinavia House. For complete lineup and tickets visit nyicff.org/tickets.

But don’t just take their word for it—fill out a ballot at every screening, and your votes will determine the Festival award winners.

SAT—March 3—11 AM
81 min.
Even tots get World Premiere status with the debut of The Highway Rat, the newest short from Magic Light Pictures; stop-motion short Two Trams; and A Bit Lost.

SAT—March 3—1 PM
81 min.

Slightly spooky, sometimes silly, and always off the beaten path, Heebie Jeebies rewards quirky-minded audiences with unique tales that go beyond the expected.

ROOM 213
SAT—March 3—3 PM
81 min. In Swedish with English subtitles.

Room 213 has been unoccupied for 60 years, until 12-year old Elvira and her camp roommates Bea and Meja move in. Soon enough, mysterious things begin happening that may be an old-fashioned haunting. (Sweden, 2017)

SAT—March 3—5 PM
70 min.
Join us in warmly welcoming our friends and neighbors to the south, Mexico’s Morelia International Film Festival, with shorts that innovatively highlight Latin American culture.


New York International Children’s Film Festival is dedicated to inspiring, entertaining and educating through innovative film programs that cultivate an appreciation for the arts, stimulate critical thought and promote media literacy.

Each year, the Festival invites New York families to travel the globe, discover new ideas and gain a deeper understanding of the world they live in — all from the comfort of their theater seats.



Image courtesy of NYICFF

SAT—March 3
$13 ($11 ASF Members)
Ages 3-6