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Outdoor Animation for Children Screening in Mount Morris Park! Free!
The Mount Morris Ascension Presbyterian Church
New York, NY
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This event is free and open to the public - bring all your friends and family! No registration required. BECAUSE OF THE HIGH LIKELYHOOD OF RAIN THIS SCREENING HAS BEEN MOVED INDOORS: NOW @ The Mount Morris Ascension Presbyterian Church, 16-20 Mount Morris Park West (Southwest corner of West 122nd Street)









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Outdoor Animation for Children Screening in Mount Morris Park! Free!
BECAUSE OF THE HIGH LIKELYHOOD OF RAIN THIS SCREENING HAS BEEN MOVED INDOORS:
NOW @ The Mount Morris Ascension Presbyterian Church
16-20 Mount Morris Park West
(Southwest corner of West 122nd Street)

This event is free and open to the public - bring all your
friends and family!  No registration required.

The Mount Morris Park Community Improvement Association and the Maysles Cinema Present:

The Best of The New York International Children's Film Festival and Animae Caribe & the CariBBeing Film Festival's Animated Shorts

Strictly for the Young and the Young at Heart!!!!!!

Program 1:
The Best of the New York International Children's Film Festival
Marcel the Shell with Shoes On
Dir. Dean Fleischer-Camp, 2010, 3 min.
An up-close and personal interview with Internet video star Marcel, a tiny shell with one eyeball, two shoes, and a really great personality!

Don't Go
Dir. Turgut Akacik, 2010, 4 min.
Awesome, thumpy, electronic disco music propels this non-stop chase scene of a movie  as a cute, pink-bellied, one-eyed CGI bunny gets chased around an apartment by a live action black cat.

Gravity
Dir. Renaud Hallee, 2009, 2 min.
Falling objects are synchronized to produce rhythms and patterns.

Johnny
Dir. Malena Modéer, 2010, 4 min.
Colorful stop motion, goofy live action, surreal homemade sets, and a ridiculous pigeon costume come together to humorous effect in the story of Johnny  a hilariously narrated, tongue-in-cheek fable about what happens to little boys who don't drink their milk!

Book Girl and Cabinet Girl
Dir. Jane Wu, 2010, 3.5 min.
Two girls realize the value of their friendship after a journey of broken hearts, torn pages and reconciliation.

Pixels
Dir. Patrick Jean, 2010, 2.5 min
Old-school video game icons take over New York City (and the world) in this music video for French techno-pop band Naïve New Beaters.

The Lost Thing
Dir. Andrew Ruhemann/Shaun Tan, 2010, 15.5 min.
A boy encounters a strange creature on a beach and decides to find a home for it in a world where everyone believes there are far more important things to think about. This beautifully animated film comes from Passion Pictures, producers of past NYICFF favorites City of Paradise and Dog Who Was a Cat Inside.

Ormie
Dir. Rob Silvestri, 2010, 4 min.
Ormie is a Pig, in every sense of the word. Pig see cookie. Pig want cookie. But they are out of reach... or are they?

The Deep
Dir. PES, 2010, 2 min.
Metallic objects come to life in the depths of the sea, in the newest film from New York's brilliant stop-motion artist PES  whose past NYICFF selections include Western Spaghetti, Dogs of War, and Game Over.

Program 2:
The Best of Animae Caribe and the CariBBeing Film Festival's Animated Shorts
Jerk Chicken
Dir. Samuel Stewart, 2010, 6 min.
Jerk Chicken is an animated comedic short that explores the work day of a Jamaican jerk chicken chef named Ron. However, Ron's passion for his craft is short lived as the frustrations of the chicken eventually emerge.

How Anancy Became Famous
Dir. Andrew Davies and Ananse Animation Project, 2010, 4:41 min.
Most times Anancy, without working hard, without playing by the rules, comes out on top. He has a way of getting into scrapes and a wonderfully cunning way of getting out of them. Anancy also represents the resilience and survival instinct of a people who can come through any situation.

Kina Sky
Dir. Corretta Singer, 2009, 6:13 min.
A robot girl trapped on a floating island longs for freedom and finally her dream comes true after a stroke of inspiration.

Krik Krak Anansi
Dir. Camille Selvon Abrahams, 2010, 7 min.
Anansi is not amused when he hears Brer Monkey announce that there is a shortage of Bananas. This is by far his favorite food and he cannot stand to have to share. But as usual he concocts a mischievous plan. Pretending to be selfless and caring Lil Anansi tricks his friends into giving him quarter of each of their Bananas. Little does Anansi know that what goes around comes around.

The Maysles Cinema's Outdoor Screening Series brought to you with support from Target

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Location

The Mount Morris Ascension Presbyterian Church (View)
16-20 Mount Morris Park West (Southwest corner of West 122nd Street)
New York, NY 10027
United States


Categories

Film > Movies
Other > Family-Friendly

Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: Yes!
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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