¡Viva Kid Flicks!

Touring Program

Runtime: 65 min. | Recommended Ages: 8+
¡Viva Kid Flicks! celebrates the best Spanish-language short films from around the globe. These brilliant tales, with a range of kids’ perspectives, speak volumes in any tongue.

Please note this program is held over from the 2020 tour.

Shorts in this lineup:


11:40

Argentina | East Coast Premiere
Live Action, Claudia Ruiz, 2018, 12 min.
In Spanish, with English subtitles
When Damián gets a watch for his birthday, he and his little brother Matias can’t stop checking it, anxiously waiting for 11:40 to arrive.

3feet

3pies
Colombia | East Coast Premiere
Live Action, Giselle Geney, 2018, 14 min.
In Spanish, with English subtitles
Get your (soccer) kicks on the way to school with Gonzalo as he hilariously tries his very best to keep things clean and stay in the game.

Ailín on the Moon

Ailin en la luna
Argentina | New York Premiere
Animation, Claudia Ruiz, 2018, 5 min.
In Spanish, with English subtitles
A mother and daughter’s love is orbited by joys and challenges.

Doze

Duermevela
Colombia | North American Premiere
Live Action, Alfonso Acosta, 2019, 7 min.
In Spanish, with English subtitles
Growing up is never easy, especially since Daniel must navigate some of it alone—until support turns up in an unexpected form.

My Brother Luca

Mexico |
Animation, Carlos Algara & Catalina Serna, 2019, 9 min.

When an imaginative little girl discovers that her brother might have superpowers, she sets out on a quest to make sure everyone else sees him as she does.

The Size of Things

El Tamano de las Cosas
Colombia | North American Premiere
Live Action, Carlos Felipe Montoya, 2019, 12 min.
In Spanish, with English subtitles
Diego and his dad live a life of simple means in the forest, so when Diego comes across an unexpected find, its magnitude grows curiouser and curiouser.

Lessons Learnt by the Sea

Cuba | New York Premiere
Documentary, Néstor Kim Enríquez, 2018, 5 min.
In Spanish, with English subtitles
Eleven-year-old Alejandro surfs off the coast of Havana every afternoon, learning lessons of resilience from the ultimate teacher, the sea.