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Want to find the best international, classic or unusual movies for kids? We've carefully assembled a list of films on DVD that have played the New York Int'l Children's Film Festival, as well as some of our own favorites! Even better: Every DVD you buy through this site helps make us rich. Not Bill Gates rich. Just “not-in-spiraling-amounts-of-debt” rich. Ka-ching!

Tales of the Night
Age Recommendation: 8+
Director: Michel Ocelot
From the imagination of internationally renowned animator Michel Ocelot (Kirikou and the Sorceress, Azur & Asmar) comes a magical and visually stunning new film, delighting kids, families and animation fans of all ages. Silhouetted characters are set off against exquisitely detailed...


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Released: 2011
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Azur and Asmar
Age Recommendation: 6 to Adult
Director: Michel Ocelot
Azur & Asmar is a poetic, fairytale-like story set within a shimmering landscape of incomparable brilliance and beauty. Audiences and critics have been unanimous in their outpouring of praise for the film...


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Released: 2006
The Secret of Kells
Age Recommendation: 6+
Director: Tomm Moore
Academy Award Nominee - Best Animated Feature!
Magic, fantasy, and Celtic mythology come together in a riot of color and detail that dazzle the eyes, in a sweeping story about the power of imagination and faith to carry humanity through dark times...


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Released: 2010
Sita Sings the Blues
Age Recommendation: 9 to Adult
Director: Nina Paley
"100% Fresh!" (Rotten Tomatoes) Tragedy, comedy and musical collide in this gloriously animated festival favorite film from New York’s own "One Woman Pixar" (Wired). Sita is a goddess separated from her beloved Lord and husband Rama. Nina is an animator whose husband moves to India, then dumps her by email. Three bickering shadow puppets act as comic narrators as these old and new stories are interwoven in a post-modern retelling of the ancient Indian epic Ramayana, animated in a dazzling mix of traditional and collage animation styles.



Released: 2008
A Cat in Paris
Age Recommendation: 8+
Director: Jean-Loup Felicioli/Alain Gagnol
Dino is a cat that leads a double life. By day he lives with Zoe, a little girl whose mother is a detective in the Parisian police force. But at night Dino sneaks out the window to work with Nico - a slinky cat burglar with a big heart, whose fluid movements are poetry in motion as he evades...


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Dragon Hunters
Age Recommendation: 5 to 12 (In English)
Director: Arthur Qwak/Guillaume Ivernel
This action-packed, lusciously animated adventure from France is set in a fantastic kingdom in the sky, a decaying world of floating, interconnected islands suspended in midair. Lord Hector fears the impending awakening of the World Gobbler, a monstrous dragon...


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Released: 2008
Wall-E
Age Recommendation: All Ages
Director: Andrew Stanton
One of the best films of the year, Wall-E combines beautiful animation with brilliant slapstick comedy and a stirring environmental message...



Released: 2008
The Girl Who Leapt Through Time
Age Recommendation: 10 to Adult
Director: Mamoru Hosoda
In 2007, NYICFF presented the US Premiere of Mamoru Hosodo's first feature - a lush and beautifully drawn animation with a sci-fi twist from the future creator of Summer Wars.



Released: 2006
Rocky and Bullwinkle and Friends: The Complete First Season
Age Recommendation: 5+
Director: Various
From the subversive mind of Jay Ward comes the complete first season of this Cold War era classic. Rediscover Rocket J. Squirrel and Bullwinkle J. Moose as they race to create a rocket fuel recipe while evading the very evil...



Released: 1959
A Charlie Brown Christmas (Remastered Deluxe Edition)
Age Recommendation: All Ages
Director: Bill Melendez
The Peanuts gang returns in this classic holiday story of Charlie Brown and his efforts to find the true meaning of Christmas. When he is chosen to direct the school's Christmas pageant, Charlie Brown is elated. He enlists his best friend, Linus, to help him pick a tree. But when he returns to check on Lucy and the rest of the cast, they are not rehearsing their lines! Charlie Brown flees as they mercilessly taunt his choice of the smallest, sickliest tree. As he approaches Snoopy's doghouse - decked out in hoards of lights and decorations - he is relieved to find that his beloved beagle has, in fact, embraced the Christmas spirit. But Snoopy is simply trying to win money in a decorating contest! Good grief.



Released: 1965
Pom Poko
Age Recommendation: 5 to 12 (In English)
Director: Isao Takahata
The first animated feature to be submitted for the Oscar for Foreign Language Film, Isao Takahata's Pom Poko is a true Japanese folk tale. The lives of the tanuki raccoons of the Tama Hills are in danger as human developers begin to turn their rural homeland into suburban sprawl. Under the leadership of the tribal elders, the raccoons will stop at nothing to protect their community.



Released: 1994
Lotte From Gadgetville
Age Recommendation: 3 to 8 (In English)
Director: Ernits/Poldma
Lotte From Gadgetville is a sweet and gentle-spirited crowd-pleaser, full of wacky contraptions, silly/happy songs, and a refreshingly un-cynical sense of humor. Lotte is a cheerful girl-dog who lives in the seaside town of Gadgetville, a village crazy about inventing. Every year there is a competition to show...



Released: 2006
Rex the Runt: The Complete Series
Age Recommendation: 11+
Director: Richard "Golly" Goleszowski
Richard "Golly" Goleszowski's Rex the Runt is the most delirious animated comedy series ever created. With his doggy chums Wendy, Bad Bob and Vince (who suffers from Random Pavarotti Disease), the wobbly, bobbly, dribbly, squiggly Rex deadpans his way through adventures veering between the surreal and the banal.


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Released: 1998
Steamboy
Age Recommendation: 11+
Director: Katsuhiro Otomo
In 1988, Katsuhiro Otomo took the worlds of anime and science-fiction by storm with his post-apocalyptic cyberpunk adventure Akira. The film set a new standard for the genre and helped launch the global phenomenon of Japanese animation. His long-awaited follow up, Steamboy, is the most expensive Japanese animation ever made and an unparalleled feat of animation, imagination and non-stop action...


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Released: 2005
Strings
Age Recommendation: 11+
Director: Anders Ronnow Klarlund
A virtuoso feat of puppeteering, this amazing film combines the dark elegance of the Quay Brothers with the epic scope and irony-free sincerity of The Lord of the Rings. These puppets are not stand-ins for people but instead represent a carved wooden race of beings who are connected to the infinite by the strings which hold their bodies aloft...


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Released: 2004
Fantastic Planet
Age Recommendation: 14+
Director: Reynolds/Goldberger
In this animated vision of a futuristic sci-fi dystopia, humans are kept as pets by the super-advanced race of blue aliens known as Draags. They treat their human pets, known as Oms, with disdain, pitting them in fights to the death and occasionally gassing the wild population as a means of pest control...


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Released: 1973
Metropolis (2002)
Age Recommendation: 11+
Director: Rintaro
The 1949 manga by industry legend Osamu Tezuka (itself inspired by the silent film masterpiece from Fritz Lang) is re-imagined in this beautiful and thoughtful anime film. Taking the epic setting of Lang's film--a futuristic metropolis of extreme polarities...


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Released: 2002
The Cat Returns
Age Recommendation: 8+
Director: Hiroyuki Morita
Studio Ghibli's The Cat Returns was the top-grossing film of 2002 at the Japanese box office. In this unofficial sequel to 1992's Whisper of the Heart, a quiet suburban schoolgirl, Haru, is pitched into a fantastical but dangerous world (of cats!) and must find her inner strength to make her way back home...


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Released: 2002
The Point
Age Recommendation: 4 to 10
Director: Fred Wolf
In a world of pointy-headed people obsessed with making pointy objects, it's hard for a boy born with a round head to fit in! Banished along with his faithful dog Arrow, Oblio must prove that nobody is "pointless"...



Released: 1971
Yellow Submarine
Age Recommendation: All Ages
Director: George Dunning
As one of the best animated films based around one of the best bands in the world, Yellow Submarine is a beautiful psychedelic ode to the music of the Fab Four...



Released: 1968
Astro Boy
Age Recommendation: All Ages
Director: Osamu Tezuka
How much do you love Astro Boy, the groundbreaking anime series about a robot boy who combats evil? If you said, "A whole lot," then you just might be the target market for the amazing 11-disc box set put together by Right Stuf, featuring over 20 hours from the show's original 1963-64 run!



Released: 1963
Pixar Short Films
Age Recommendation: All Ages
Director: Pixar
A wonderful collection of shorts from the studio that redefined CGI-animated films, this new compilation brings together the shorts that have previously been seen before their feature-length films and at the NYICFF Pixar Shorts retrospective. Spanning the entire history of their company, from the days...


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Released: 2004
Princess Mononoke
Age Recommendation: 11+
Director: Hayao Miyazaki
One of Miyazaki's most famous films is this sometimes-violent ode to the bond between Man and Nature. A prince is infected with an incurable disease by a possessed boar god. He is to die unless he can find a cure, but when he seeks the help of the deer god in the far east, he finds himself in the middle of a war between the forest inhabitants and an iron mining town that is exploiting and killing the forest. Leading the animals in a war against the humans is Princess Mononoke, a human raised by wolves.



Released: 1997
Spirited Away
Age Recommendation: 8+
Director: Hayao Miyazaki
Hayao Miyazaki's Ocar-winning masterpiece, Spirited Away tells the story of Chihiro, a young girl forced to find her way through a world of spirits when her parents are mysteriously transformed by a witch. Featuring memorable character design and art direction, this film is essential viewing.


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Released: 2001
Howl's Moving Castle
Age Recommendation: 8+
Director: Hayao Miyazaki
Hayao Miyazaki's new film continues the director's tradition of combining simple folk tale story setups with ambitiously beautiful imagery. Sophie, a quiet girl working in a hat shop, finds her life thrown into turmoil when she is literally swept off her feet by a handsome but mysterious wizard named Howl. The vain and vengeful Witch of the Waste, jealous of their friendship, puts a spell on Sophie. In a life-changing adventure, Sophie climbs aboard Howl's magnificent flying castle and enters a magical world on a quest to break the spell.


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Released: 2004
The Iron Giant
Age Recommendation: All Ages
Director: Brad Bird
Before joining Pixar, director Brad Bird showed his talent for incredibly touching but non-syrupy storytelling in this tale of a boy and his behemoth robot. When young Hogarth discovers the hulking robot at the height of Cold War paranoia, they become fast friends, but Hogarth...


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Released: 1999
Kiki's Delivery Service
Age Recommendation: All Ages
Director: Hayao Miyazaki
This is one of the most acclaimed animated films of all time, created by legendary animation director Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli. A resourceful young witch uses her broom to create a delivery service...


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Released: 1989
Castle in the Sky
Age Recommendation: 8+
Director: Hayao Miyazaki
A young girl with a mysterious crystal pendant falls out of the sky and into the arms--and life--of young Pazu. Together they search for a floating island in the sky, site of a long-dead civilization promising enormous wealth and power to...


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Released: 1986
Kirikou and the Sorceress
Age Recommendation: All Ages
Director: Michel Ocelot
An exquisitely animated African tale of Kirikou, a small boy with extraordinary abilities. When he discovers that his village is cursed by the terrifying sorceress Karaba, Kirikou sets off on an adventure to rid the village of Karaba's curse by understanding what has made her so angry. Kirikou and the Sorceress is one of the most stunningly beautiful, poetic and entertaining films for children in a great many years.



Released: 1998
Nausicaa of the Valley of the Winds
Age Recommendation: 8+
Director: Hayao Miyazaki
Hayao Miyazaki, "the Kurosawa of animation," is behind this story about a young princess in a devastated future world where warring human outposts contend with giant insects and atmospheric poisons. Beautifully rendered with awe-inspiring animations and transcendent filmic moments, Nausicaa...


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Released: 1985
My Neighbor Totoro
Age Recommendation: All Ages
Director: Hayao Miyazaki
In one of anime master Hayao Miyazaki's best-known works, two sisters move into a new home in the countryside with their father. There they discover a family of Totoros--huge, furry raccoon-esque animals--and a host of other unbelievable creatures...


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Released: 1988
Porco Rosso
Age Recommendation: 8+
Director: Hayao Miyazaki
Set in a mid-war Italy swept by fascism, this film from Hayao Miyazaki follows the life of Marco, a world-weary flying ace turned bounty hunter. Somewhere along the way a curse has transformed Marco's head into that of a pig, reflecting his loss of faith in humanity. Marco meets...


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Released: 1992
Wallace and Gromit: The Complete Collection
Age Recommendation: All Ages
Director: Nick Park
Audiences around the world continue to enjoy the lovable comic duo of the eccentric cheese-loving inventor Wallace and his faithful dog Gromit. Their short films, winners of numerous awards (including Oscars and NYICFF Grand Prizes), pack great verbal puns...



Released: 1996
The Triplets of Belleville
Age Recommendation: 11+
Director: Sylvain Chomet
Through luscious-looking hand-drawn animation and a unique character design that's both cute and gritty, this Oscar-nominated French gem manages to tell its tale almost entirely without words. When Madame Souza's grandson Champion, who has been training since birth for the Tour de France, suddenly goes missing...


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Released: 2003
Bend It Like Beckham
Age Recommendation: 11+
Director: Carl Stevenson
Having shown great talent on the practice fields and in pick up games in the park, Jess dreams of playing professional soccer like her idol, David Beckham. Her very traditional Indian family disapproves of the sport, and forbids her from playing...



Released: 2002
Whale Rider
Age Recommendation: 11+
Director: Niki Caro
In this stunning drama about the clash between ancient customs and changing attitudes towards gender, 12-year-old Pai would be the future leader of her village--if she wasn't a girl. Despite the disapproval of her family, Pai is determined to prove...


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Released: 2003
Salaam Bombay!
Age Recommendation: 11+
Director: Mira Nair
Hard-hitting economic realities collide with the happily escapist illusions created by the movie industry in Salaam Bombay!, a festival favorite that launched the career of director Mira Nair (Monsoon Wedding, The Namesake). Eleven-year-old Krishna has lived on the streets since...



Released: 1988
Beauty and the Beast
Age Recommendation: 8+
Director: Jean Cocteau
Fifty years before Disney got to it, poet/director Jean Cocteau created this masterpiece, a film that fully embraced its fairy tale roots with delightfully surreal imagery and a heartbreaking romance between the finely-coiffed Beast and the Beauty...


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Released: 1947
Billy Elliot
Age Recommendation: 14+
Director: Stephen Daldry
When 11-year-old Billy Elliot quits boxing and takes up ballet, his decision doesn't sit well with his gruff father. Billy keeps it a secret from his classmates and friends, fearing they'll mock him...


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Released: 2000
Mad Hot Ballroom
Age Recommendation: 11+
Director: Marilyn Agrelo
This compelling documentary follows a successful New York after-school program that teaches kids from a variety of backgrounds how to ballroom dance. Although initially reluctant, the groups of 11-year-olds soon become fierce competitors...



Released: 2005
Ma Vie en Rose
Age Recommendation: 11+
Director: Alain Berliner
Seven-year-old Ludovic is a boy who decides he should have been born a girl, and begins to sweetly experiment, trying on dresses and lipstick, and taking the female lead of Snow White in the school play...



Released: 1997
Natural History of the Chicken
Age Recommendation: 11+
Director: Mark Lewis
This inspired, fabulously quirky documentary from the multi-award winning director of Cane Toads says as much about the odd behavior of humans as it does about chickens. Meet Valerie, a frozen-solid hen who receives emergency "mouth-to-beak" resuscitation (and lives to tell an animal communicator about her near-death experience); the pampered Cotton, who watches TV, bathes with her owner, and wears rooster panties around the house; and of course, the amazing Miracle Mike, who lived for two and a half years without a head...



Released: 2001
Winged Migration
Age Recommendation: All Ages
Director: Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud
A fantastic and beautiful documentary about the migration of birds features nature footage you'd swear was computer-generated. From the co-director of nature doc Microcosmos comes this touching true account of the extraordinary journeys undertaken every year by the most ordinary animals.


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Released: 2001
Microcosmos
Age Recommendation: All Ages
Director: Jacques Perrin and Kristin Scott Thomas
From the creators of Winged Migration comes this documentary of insect life in meadows and ponds, using incredible close-ups, slow motion, and time-lapse photography. It includes bees collecting nectar, ladybugs eating mites, snails mating, spiders wrapping their catch, a scarab beetle relentlessly pushing its ball of dung uphill, endless lines of caterpillars, an underwater spider creating an air bubble to live in, and a mosquito hatching.


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Released: 1996
Story Of The Weeping Camel
Age Recommendation: 8+
Director: Luigi Falorni and Byambasuren Davaa
Set in the Gobi Desert, this film about a family of nomadic herders blends documentary and fiction into a uniquely affecting experience. After a difficult delivery, the mother camel refuses to look after her new colt. The Mongolian shepherds become concerned for the colt's health, and send two of their sons on a journey to the next village, looking for a musician who can help perform an ancient musical ceremony...


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Released: 2003
Hoop Dreams
Age Recommendation: 11+
Director: Steve James, Frederick Marx and Peter Gilbert
Two ordinary inner-city kids dare to dream the impossible - professional basketball glory - in this epic chronicle of hope and faith. Filmed over a five-year period, Hoop Dreams follows young Arthur Agee and William Gates as they navigate the complex, competitive world of...


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Released: 1994
A Hard Day's Night
Age Recommendation: 8+
Director: Richard Lester
In this Academy Award-nominated musical comedy, The Beatles--who had recently been made an American sensation with their appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show--offer a satirical look at a day in the life of the band...



Released: 1964
Help!
Age Recommendation: 8+
Director: Richard Lester
This sequel to A Hard Day's Night reunites director Richard Lester with the Fab Four, but adds color and a wackier kind of surreal slapstick comedy. In this spoof of The Beatles' universal popularity, an Eastern religious cult declares the ring on Ringo's finger is a powerful artifact...



Released: 1965
Plan 9 From Outer Space
Age Recommendation: 8+
Director: Ed Wood
The concept of "so bad it's good" seems to have been invented for the films of Ed Wood, a director, writer, producer and occasional star who fully embraced his B-movie budgets and utter lack of technical skill. In Plan 9, his magnum opus about aliens who try to conquer earth with zombies, a hit list of cinematic ineptitudes doesn't sink the film so much as make it pure sci-fi comedy gold...


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Released: 1958
King Kong (1933)
Age Recommendation: 8+
Director: Ernest B. Schoedsack
Like the giant ape for which it's named, King Kong is a movie that is larger than life. It's been remade multiple times (including a CGI-infused, mega-costly version from Peter Jackson in 2005) but never topped. The movie effectively follows a "more is more" strategy...


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Released: 1933
The Color of Paradise
Age Recommendation: 11+
Director: Majid Majidi
From Iranian director Majid Majidi (Children of Heaven) comes a powerful drama about life in modern Tehran for Mohammad, a blind eight-year-old boy. Kind-hearted and full of spirit, Mohammad is loved by everyone who meets him--except his father, who is ashamed of the boy and worried...


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Released: 1999
The Children of Heaven
Age Recommendation: 11+
Director: Majid Majidi
This Oscar-nominated drama from Iran illustrates the resilience and resourcefulness of young children in a sweet, heart-wrenching story that is part fairy tale, part family drama. When Ali loses his sister Zahra's only pair of shoes, they know their family is too poor...



Released: 1999
Turtles Can Fly
Age Recommendation: 11+
Director: Bahman Ghobadi
Occupying a landmark as the first film shot in Iraq after the fall of Saddam Hussein, Turtles Can Fly focuses on the realities of day-to-day existence for kids in the Kurdistan region of the war-torn country...


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Released: 2004
A Shot in the Dark
Age Recommendation: 8+
Director: Blake Edwards
The funniest film in the Pink Panther series, in which Sellers created his most famous role, the thoroughly inept French detective Inspector Jacques Clouseau...



Released: 1964
Duck Soup
Age Recommendation: 8+
Director: Leo McCarey
The Marx Bros.' best film is this madcap farce in which Groucho plays Rufus T. Firefly, leader of the imaginary country of Freedonia, who must woo the nation's wealthy benefactor...



Released: 1933
Linda Linda Linda
Age Recommendation: 11+
Director: Nobuhiro Yamashita
After their lead singer abruptly quits the band, three girls must recruit a new singer and learn some new songs before the big talent contest at their high school. The plot is classic rock n' roll drama, as the girls endure...


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Released: 2005
Under the Same Moon
Age Recommendation: 11+
Director: Patricia Riggen
Every Sunday, nine-year-old Carlitos gets a call from a pay phone in Los Angeles, where his mother works illegally to provide money for her son back home. After years of promises that she will bring him to the US, Carlitos begins to wonder if he will ever see his mother again...


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Released: 2008
Viva Cuba!
Age Recommendation: 8+
Director: Juan Carlos Cremata Malberti
In this charming coming-of-age film from Cuba, preteens Jorgito and Malú have formed a deep bond, so when they learn Malú's divorced mother plans to remarry and leave the country, taking Malú with her, the two friends go on a quest to prevent their separation. Leaving Havana and traveling on foot and by any available vehicle, the children try to reach Malú's father before he signs papers permitting her to emigrate.


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Released: 2005
Small Change
Age Recommendation: 8+
Director: Francois Truffaut
François Truffaut's episodic, warmly comic portrayal of life in a rural French village is one of the most charming and realistic films about the pleasures and pain of childhood. Famed critic Pauline Kael called it "that rarity - a poetic comedy that's really funny"...



Released: 1976
The 400 Blows
Age Recommendation: 8+
Director: Francois Truffaut
Perhaps the most famous film ever made about childhood, French New Wave pioneer Francois Truffaut's stirring debut feels as fresh as the day it premiered...


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Released: 1959
The Red Balloon
Age Recommendation: All Ages
Director: Albert Lamorisse
The Red Balloon is a classic of children's cinema, as the image of the film’s titular balloon, glowing an impossibly dazzling shade of Technicolor red, has seared itself into so many childhood memories. The film’s story is deceptively simple...


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Released: 1956
White Mane
Age Recommendation: 8+
Director: Albert Lamorisse
From the director of The Red Balloon comes another award-winning classic short film. This story focuses on White Mane, the rebellious and proud leader of a pack of wild horses, who dodges the herdsmen’s repeated attempts to capture him. After one dangerous escape, he meets the adolescent fisherman Folco...


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Released: 1952
Hop
Age Recommendation: 11+
Director: Dominique Standaert
Dieudonne and his son Justin are just settling down in front of the tube to watch the World Cup match when a racist neighbor sparks a conflict and father and son find themselves on the run from the police. Dieudonne is caught and deported to the Congo, but Justin manages to slip away and is taken under the wing of an ex-revolutionary and bomb expert. Hop treats the somber issues of immigration and political terrorism with humor, alternating tragic situations with comic details. The result is an exceptionally entertaining movie, full of warmth, humor and suspense.


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Released: 2004
Millions
Age Recommendation: 8+
Director: Danny Boyle
Director Danny Boyle wields a wildly inventive visual style, spinning an atmosphere of playful magical realism punctuated by moments of pure cinematic exuberance. It is the tale of two Liverpudian lads who have just moved into a new house with their dad to begin a new life without their departed mother. Damien is a dreamer, representing all that is naive and unspoiled in the world. So when a duffle bag full of cash literally falls from the sky to Damien's feet, he thinks it's a gift from God and begins searching for poor people to give the money to...


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Released: 2005
Razzle Dazzle: A Journey Into Dance
Age Recommendation: 9 to Adult
Director: Darren Ashton
The 2008 Festival opened with the US Premiere of Razzle Dazzle, an Australian mockumentary that skewers the absurdities of the intense competition between kids on the youth dance troupe circuit—and the hyper-involved parents who live through them. A hilarious cross...



Released: 2007
The Secret of Moonacre
Age Recommendation: 5+
Director: Gabor Csupo
An audience favorite at the NY Int'l Children's Film Festival! The latest film from director Gabor Csupo (Bridge to Terabithia), with Dakota Blue Richards (The Golden Compass) and Tim Curry, is a fantasy adventure complete with misty castles, a danger-filled forest, a magic pearl necklace, and...


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Released: 2010
Racing Dreams
Age Recommendation: 8 to Adult
Director: Marshall Curry
"THE BEST FILM OF THE YEAR! AN INSTANT CLASSIC!" - LA Times. Academy-Award nominee Marshall Curry unearths the world of competitive go-kart racing in this simultaneously intimate and thrilling documentary on the World Karting Association's National Series. Three of the country's most talented drivers vie for the championship title before any of them are even eligible for a driver's license.



Released: 2010
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