Represent Pakistan as Young Jury in Italy, Iran and Azerbaijan

LICFF(Lahore International Children’s Film Festival) is selecting young people to represent Pakistan and become a member of the international jury in Italy, Iran, and Azerbaijan. Since the last seven years, we have been taking children’s delegates to international children’s film festivals in Giffoni (Italy), Doha (Qatar) Isfahan (Iran) and Salam (Azerbaijan). During the festival, the […]

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National Filmmaking Competition for Young 2020

LICFF (Lahore International Children’s Film Festival) invites you to participate in Filmmaking Competition for Young 2020. Through this competition, we aim to give students, young and adults an opportunity to showcase their talent of filmmaking in LICFF, as well as other International Children’s Film Festival around the world. Under 18 youth can make a short […]

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Call for Young Jury

The Little Art is looking for young jury members for LICFF (Lahore International Children’s Film Festival). The children and teenagers, as young jury, will act as judges during a one-day session to vote for the winner films. Juror’s Tasks The jurors must watch all the competitive films and vote Meetings with LICFF team and discussions […]

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Season’s Announcement – 12th LICFF

LICFF (Lahore International Children’s Film Festival) is an annual event to showcase the best of local and international films made by, for and about children and young people. The festival started in 2008 and has completed its 11 seasons successfully with over  1188 films from nearly 118 countries screened to over 501,550 children. LICFF20 is […]

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11th LICFF Lahore Ends with New Beginning

The 11th International Children’s Film Festival (LICFF) came to an end on Sunday, 6th October at at Cinepax Cinema, Packages Mall, Lahore. The festival, which continued for a week, featured films made by children from around the world. The jury panel consisted of Ali Ijaz – acknowledged Documentary Filmmaker and teacher of Filmmaking at Institute […]

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Young Jury from Pakistan Goes to Azerbaijan

Lahore International Children’s Film Festival (LICFF) sends a delegate of selected young people to be part of the international jury at the Salam International Youth Film Festival in Azerbaijan to represent Pakistan. Wojood Ibne Sadaf and Nawal Aneeb were representing Pakistan in 16+ Age Group. Awais Shafiq, Project Manager from The Little Art accompanied them. […]

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Results: LICFF Make – Filmmaking Competition for Young 2019

This year we received 65 films from 37 schools/universities and around 350 children and youth (under 18) participated in the competition. The Competition aims to give students, young and adults an opportunity to showcase their talent of filmmaking in LICFF, as well as other International Children’s Film Festival around the world.   Festival results are […]

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Call For Volunteers – 11th LICFF

Heat is On … Wait is Over!!! 2019 is the 11th season of the Festival and will take place in Lahore, Karachi & Faisalabad, Pakistan The Lahore International Children’s Film Festival is a project of The Little Art. It’s an annual benchmark event to showcase the best of local and international films made by, for or about children […]

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Making of 2019 LICFF Programme

This year we received a large number of submissions 3137 films from 114 countries for 11th Lahore International Children’s Film Festival (LICFF). As we were watching films since past few months to make the first selection for the Festival program, and ofcourse, enjoying the process. The selection process follows these steps; Each film submitted to […]

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Represent Pakistan as Young Jury in 32nd Isfahan Film Festival, Isfahan, Iran

The Little Art through its project LICFF – Children’s Film Festival is selecting four young people to represent Pakistan and become the member of the international jury in 32nd Isfahan Children and Young Adults International Film Festival, Isfahan, Iran (19-26 August 2019). Since the last six years, we have been taking children’s delegates to international […]

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