Sydney International Festival of Films by Children
21 May 2018 - 25 May 2018
The Sydney International Festival of Films by Children celebrates films made by children 12 years of age and younger for a week in Sydney each March before touring selected venues in regional NSW.
The Festival offers young Australian filmmakers the opportunity to screen their work for a wider audience. The Festival also brings films by children from over 30 other countries onto Australian screens, enabling Australian children to see their own filmmaking in a truly international context.
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21-25 May 2018
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