Support film education programs with an evening of food, drinks, bidding, and inappropriate short films*
Benefit proceeds support our Film-Ed Program, which allows NYICFF to reach disadvantaged youth from Title I public schools and charter schools.
Film-Ed invites these students to attend film screenings and activities throughout the school year at no cost, presenting eye-opening films from around the world that inspire creativity, promote media literacy, and encourage critical thinking. Help us ensure that over 5,000 NYC students participate this year.

New York International Children's Film Festival (NYICFF) is a 501(c)(3) organization founded in 1997 to promote thoughtful, provocative, and intelligent film for young people ages 3-18—expanding their intellectual and imaginative lives through film.

*short films submitted to the Festival that may not be appropriate for kids, but that we just can't keep to ourselves.
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Admit One

(early pricing until 12/15)

Tickets Included: 1
$300

Admit One + Sponsor 10 Students

allow 10 students to attend a field trip at no cost!

Tickets Included: 1
$525

Admit Two + Sponsor 20 Students

allow 20 students from Title One (high-poverty-rate) schools to attend free field trips!

Tickets Included: 2
$1,050

Admit Four + Sponsor Two Classes

allow two classes from Title One (high-poverty rate) schools to attend field trips for free!

Tickets Included: 4
$2,600

Buy a Row (10 Tickets) + Sponsor an Entire Theater!

support an entire field trip screening for students from Title One (high-poverty-rate) schools!

includes reserved seating

Tickets Included: 10
$5,000

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