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Film Festivals for All Ages Are Taking Place in NYC in March

March 1, 2012 - New Yorkers of all ages will have the chance to experience a selection of engaging new films at a variety of festivals this month.

Queens World Film Festival
Queens World Film Festival opens at the Museum of the Moving Image on March 1 with an evening of challenging films from around the world and around the corner. Throughout the weekend, the festival will screen 114 films from as far away as Bangladesh, Spain, the Netherlands, Japan and Italy while also featuring local filmmakers from all five boroughs at local Queens venues. To learn more, visit queensworldfilmfestival.com.

New York International Children’s Film Festival
Now in its fifteenth year, the New York International Children’s Film Festival offers four weekends of 100 new films aimed at ages 3-18. Also included in the festival, which runs from March 2-25, are short film programs, filmmaker Q&As and workshops. To learn more, visit gkids.com.

NY Sephardic Jewish Film Festival
The Sephardic Film Festival, founded in 1990, aims to present the history, literature, poetry and customs of the Sephardic world through the medium of film. The festival begins on March 15. Visit sephardicfilmfest.org for a full schedule.

New Directors/New Films Festival
Showcasing the work of emerging artists, the New Directors/New Films Festival celebrates innovative voices in filmmaking and takes place from March 21 to April 1. For ticket and calendar information, visit filmlinc.com/ndnf/ndnf.htm
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