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Helping to redefine the idea of "kids' movies" since 1997, the New York International Children's Film Festival shines a light on some of the most unique, engaging and thought-provoking independent films (as well as previews of two big-budget Hollywood flicks) for young people. From obscure animated shorts to full-length, live-action dramas, the festival has offerings in nearly every genre, and for kids of all ages and backgrounds. Screenings (at a half-dozen venues around town) routinely sell out, so you'll want to order your tickets well beforehand. For more information, visit gkids.com.