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Best of NYC Children's Film Festival Comes to Main Street Landing 

Published July 24, 2014 at 9:00 a.m.

click to enlarge 'Notebook Babies'
  • 'Notebook Babies'
In the mood to take your kids to the movies, but hoping to avoid the summer blockbusters and Disney sequels? You're in luck.

On Thursday night, the Burlington Film Society, the Vermont International Film Foundation and Main Street Landing sponsor a showing of the best animated shorts from the New York City International Children's Film Festival at 7 p.m in Burlington.

The 12 short films range in length from two to nine minutes and hail from Europe, New Zealand, Australia and the United States.

It's an eclectic lineup. In Munggee, Not Again, a stop-motion movie from Switzerland, two marm
click to enlarge 'Apache'
  • 'Apache'
ots and a hedgehog attempt to rescue their sleepwalking friend from the mountains. In Apache, from New Zealand, neon paper cutouts create a continuously spiraling stage for a Native American guitarist and his Yeti bandmate as they perform a twangy throwback to '60s surf rock and spaghetti western soundtracks. And American fifth-grade teacher Tony Dusko offers a series of short, humorous meditations on behavior, encouragement and friendship in his film, Notebook Babies.

The films are appropriate for all ages, so bring the whole family! Tickets cost $8 for adults and $5 for children and are available here or at the door.

This article was originally published in Seven Days' monthly parenting magazine, Kids VT.

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Alison Novak

Alison Novak

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Alison is the former managing editor at Kids VT, Seven Days' parenting publication and writes about education for Seven Days.

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