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Best of BAMkids Film Festival 2020

returns with a world of animated short films

November 28—December 6

Best of BAMkids Film Festival 2020

Video on Demand

Nov 28—Dec 6 

Tickets: Pay-what-you-can starting at $5

Ages: 3-6

Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) announces Best of BAMkids Film Festival 2020 starting November 28. Featuring films curated by Northwest Film Forum, Best of BAMkids Film Festival offers a selection of colorful animated films from around the world. Enjoyable from the comfort of home, this year’s program will be video-on-demand and includes 12 shorts from China, Croatia, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Norway, Switzerland, and Taiwan. Shorts are available (VOD) for 48-hours after viewing.

Best of BAMkids Film Festival 2020

  • Maestro, Directed by Illogic (2019), France
  • A Chick’s Adventure, Directed by Christoph Brehme and Loïc Bruyère (2018), Italy/France
  • Elephant, Directed by Julia Ocker (2018), Germany
  • Pickle Plum Parade, Directed by Eri Sasaki (2019), Japan
  • Pen&Magic, Directed by Ayako Kishi (2019), Japan
  • Kippkopp in the Snow, Directed by Szilvia Fabók and Tama Mikori (2019), Hungary
  • Koyaa: Elusive Paper, Directed by Kolja Saksida (2019), Switzerland
  • Snail the Painter, Directed by Manuela Vladić-Maštruko (2018), Croatia
  • Little Thinks, Directed by StepC. (2019), China
  • Little Grey Wolfy – Summer Party, Directed by Natalia Malykhina  (2019), Norway
  • The Rainbow Giant, Directed by Guo Jun-ming (2018), Taiwan
  • Sam’s Dream, Directed by Nolwenn Roberts (2018), France

Tickets for Best of BAMkids Film Festival go on sale Thu, Nov 12.

All ticket sales go to support BAM Education, helping to ensure the future of BAM’s adventurous programming for families and students. Visit BAM.org for more details.

For press information contact Cynthia Tate at ctate@bam.org or Lindsay Brayton at lbrayton@bam.org

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