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Mamoru Hosoda's Summer Wars to Air This Weekend

TICKETS ON SALE NOW

Mamoru Hosoda's "Summer Wars" "Spectacular! Visionary! Mind-Bending! Staggering!" - Variety This Weekend Only! - 11am, Sat & Sun - at IFC Center

"Kid Flix Mix" - For Ages 3 to 8 Animated and Musical Shorts from Around the World! 11am, Fri-Sun, Sept 4-6 - at IFC Center

Discount 10-Passes Now Available $8 Per Ticket (regular price is $13 adult, $9 child)

SUMMER WARS Japanese with English subtitles - Recommended ages 9 to adult

Sat & Sun, Aug 28 & 29 - 11:00am - IFC Center, 323 Sixth Avenue (at West Third)

ENCORE SCREENING OF NYICFF 2010 OPENING NIGHT FILM!

"Spectacular! Visionary! Mind-Bending! Staggering!" - Variety. Don't miss the scintillating new feature from Mamoru Hosoda, a film whose "dazzling fluency of motion and untethered brilliance of invention makes the usual fantasy anime look childish and dull!" - Japan Times

Kenji is a teenage math prodigy recruited by his secret crush Natsuki for the ultimate summer job - passing himself off as Natsuki's boyfriend for four days during her grandmother's 90th birthday celebration. But when Kenji solves a math riddle sent to his cell phone, he unwittingly breaches the security barricade protecting Oz, a globe-spanning virtual world where millions of people and governments interact through their avatars, handling everything from online shopping and traffic control to national defense and nuclear launch codes. Now a malicious AI program called the Love Machine is hijacking Oz accounts, growing exponentially more powerful and sowing chaos and destruction in its wake.

Mamoru Hosoda's cyberpunk/sci-fi story is a visual tour-de-force, with the amazing world of Oz as the highlight. Like the Internet as conceived by pop artist Haruki Murakami, Oz is a hallucinatory pixel parade of cool avatar designs, kung fu jackrabbits, toothy bears, and a bursting rainbow of colors.

Comment: Film contains animated violence and some mild language.

To purchase tickets click here.

KID FLIX MIX In English- Recommended ages 3 to 8

Fri, Sat & Sun, Sept 4-6 - 11:00am - IFC Center, 323 Sixth Avenue (at West Third)

For ages 3 to 8, Kid Flix Mix is an upbeat, eye-opening, and highly entertaining mix of animated and musical shorts from around the world. Lineup features audience favorites from the past two festivals including Lost and Found, Hedgehug, Aston's Stones, Mermaid, Booo, Electric Car, and more.

To purchase tickets click here.

BUY A NYICFF DISCOUNT 10-PASS!

USE FOR YOUR FAMILY, YOUR FRIENDS, OR GIVE AS GIFTS!

The $80 NYICFF 10-pass card is valid for 10 adult or child admissions to NYICFF year-round screenings at IFC Center. (Regular admission is $13 adult and $9 child.)

Present the NYICFF 10-pass at the IFC Center box office to receive tickets for any regular NYICFF year-round screening at IFC Center. May be used for advance ticket purchase or day of show purchase. May be used for 10 people going to one show, one person going to 10 shows, or any combination in between. Valid one year from date of purchase. Note that possession of a 10-pass does not guarantee admission to a sold out show. Not redeemable during the annual March Festival.

To purchase 10-pass click here.

For tickets and film descriptions click here.

Select your school when buying tickets and NYICFF will donate $2 per ticket to your Parent Association!

For sponsorship inquiries email sponsorship (at gkids.com).

For press inquiries email press (at gkids.com).

To make a tax deductible contribution to NYICFF click here .


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