Enter for an Opportunity of a Lifetime
As One of 8 Official
KIDS FIRST! Film Critics
Contest Open to All Kids Ages 6 - 14
Starts: October 25, 2011
Ends: Midnight, December 31, 2011
Imagine: The Red Carpet, meeting and interviewing famous celebrities & you at the other end of a microphone talking with them about their latest movie!
Meet our 2010 Winners
Listen to what they have to say about their year as a KIDS FIRST! Film Critic
Why Do You Want Your Child Involved?
We don't expect everyone who enters to pursue a career as a film critic. But, the skills the child learns simply by entering the campaign are useful. And, the winners are coached by leading professionals who help them develop skills that will last them a lifetime. On top of that, it's a blast! They get to see all the new film and DVD releases, meet celebrities and industry professionals and more...
Involve the kids at your school, library, community center, film center.
Contact our office for help and to receive a free DVD of one of the official search titles. (Supplies are limited. Offer is only open to nonprofit organizations.)
What Our 2011 Critics Have to Say
"This has been a wonderful experience for me, I've been able to do so many awesome things, and see so many awesome movies, I just hate to see my time end as a film critic." Sam Connan (13)
Thanks to our Industry supporters, including Amazon.com, Feature Films for Families, Anchor Bay Entertainment, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Universal Studios Home Entertainment, WonderWorld Entertainment and Warner Home Video
This campaign is supported by a group of national advocacy organizations whose combined membership is more than 17 million including: National Coalition of Women's Organizations, National Education Association, National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP), Reel Fathers, and others.
KIDS FIRST! Film Criticss Search is a project of the Coalition for Quality Children's Media, a national, 20-year-old, nonprofit (501-c-3) organization that is a voluntary collaboration between the media industry, educators and child advocacy organizations. The mission of the Coalition is: 1) To teach children to become critical media users and; 2) To increase the visibility and availability of quality children's media.
Contact our office at 505-989-8076 or send an email.