2014 New York International Children’s Film Festival Names Winners

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The annual New York Children’s International Film Festival (NYCIFF) took place March 7-30, 2014. The festival screens family friendly fare at multiple venues around New York City, specifically films and shorts made for children ages 3-18. Given the target market, the festival is also a showplace for the latest in animation.

The Grand Prize at the NYCIFF is determined by the children viewing the films. Special Jury Awards are determined by a pre-selected jury of industry experts and celebrities. For the 2014 NYCIFF, the winners are as follows:


Foosball (soon to be released as The Underdogs), Juan José Campanella, Argentina

Best Animated Short – Jamón, Iria Lopez, Spain
Best Live-Action Short – Crocodiles Without Saddles, Britta Wandaogo, Germany

Grand Prize Short Film – A Town Called Panic: The Christmas Log, Stéphane Aubier & Vincent Patar
Ages 3-6: Snowflake, Natalia Chernusheva, Russia
Ages 5-10: A Town Called Panic: The Christmas Log, Stéphane Aubier & Vincent Patar
Ages 8-14: The Dam Keeper, Dice Tsutsumi & Robert Kondo, USA
Ages 12-18: Sleight of Hand, Michael Cusack, Australia
Parents Award: 9 Meter, Anders Walter, Denmark

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