Beauty pageants unlike any you’ve ever seen. Supernatural creatures from folklore. A disposable coffee cup in love.
These are just a few of the subjects in KidsFilmFest, an international slate of short cinematic adventures that this year, like last, will be shown entirely online. For $10, families can view the two programs, which are presented by the Brooklyn Film Festival, any time from noon on Friday to 10 p.m. Eastern time on June 13. Streaming on CineSend, each series — eight titles for ages 3 to 7, and nine for ages 8 to 15 — will be followed by a recorded discussion with filmmakers.
A scene from Catherine Chen’s “Yuan Yuan and the Hollow Monster,” one of the films streaming for this year’s KidsFilmFest, which starts on Friday. Catherine Chen Beauty pageants unlike any you’ve ever seen. Supernatural creatures from folklore. A disposable coffee cup in love.
These are just a few of the […]
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