Next stop, Chicago! The 29th Chicago International Children’s Film Festival, to be exact!
The Chicago International Children’s Film Festival is the largest festival of films for children in North America, welcoming 25,000 Chicago-area children, adults, and educators each year, and featuring over 250 films from 40 countries. The Festival screens a wide range of projects, from live-action and animated feature films to shorts, TV series, documentaries, and child-produced works. One of the most unique festivals in the country, the Chicago International Children’s Film Festival showcases the best in culturally diverse, non-violent, value-affirming new cinema for children, and is one of the only Academy Award qualifying children’s film festivals in the world.
Spycat is part of the Weekday School & Group Schedule. You can catch Spycat in What An Adventure!, a festival programme which lasts 70 minutes and is recommended for children aged 8 to 10 (Grades 4 to 6).
Here are the screening details!
To take a look at the Weekday School & Group Schedule programme booklet (PDF), click here! For more information on the 29th Chicago International Children’s Film Festival, click here!