NYICFF Industry Forum 2020
Friday, February 28, 2020 -
Saturday, February 29, 2020
Towards an Inclusive Future
February 28-29, at SVA Theatre.
Announcing the inaugural NYICFF INDUSTRY FORUM: Towards an Inclusive Future, taking place during weekend two of the 2020 New York International Children’s Film Festival.
NYICFF’s inaugural Industry Forum brings a community of leaders and creators together for dialogue around diverse representation in children’s media. The two day event features panel discussions, networking opportunities, demonstrations, a keynote address, informal receptions, and NYICFF’s signature annual Animators All Around event. Join an impressive group of industry leaders and creative content makers for exclusive looks at new all ages projects, discussions on diverse storytelling and inclusion both on and behind the screen.
Check out the line-up, get your pass, sign up to the mailing list for updates, and join the conversation!
NYICFF’s Industry Forum is organized by The New York International Children’s Film Festival, with Founding Partner, NYC Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment; Presenting Sponsor, Xero; Industry Impact Sponsors, The Gersh Agency, and Nathan Love; and Partners, SVA Theatre, Women in Animation New York, Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media, Children’s Media Association and citizenM.
New York International Children’s Film Festival (NYICFF) is a year-round, nonprofit arts organization building a more dynamic film culture for those aged 3-18, their families, and their communities. For over two decades, NYICFF has delivered impactful programming to children, families,students, educators, filmmakers, and screen professionals through its three core activities: its Oscar-qualifying, annual NYC-based film festival; its city-wide media arts and literacy program, NYICFF Film-Ed; and its national screening program serving major and regional cultural institutions, cinemas, and museums, NYICFF Kid Flicks. The inaugural 2020 NYICFF Industry Forum will bring leaders and creators together for dialogue around inclusion and representation in the creation and dissemination of media content for young audiences.
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