Small Factory Invites Families to Power Up with Saturday Morning Cartoons Created by Kids for Kids

General Public Invited to Attend “Small Factory Flicks” Season 2 NYC Life Premiere on Saturday, November 3rd, 8:30 a.m.- 12:00 Yummy Good Juice Bar and Vegan Cafe, 7 Broad Street, Red Bank, NJ
By: Jennifer Smiga
Oct. 18, 2012 - PRLog -- Small Factory Productions invites families to attend the premiere of its “Factory Flicks” Season Two cartoon series on Saturday, November 3rd, 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. at the Yummy Good Juice Bar and Vegan Cafe located on 7 Broad Street in Red Bank, NJ. Guests will power up at this free event with a morning of Emmy-Winning cartoons, complimentary juices and healthy snacks.

Currently enjoying wide acclaim across the greater New York area, Small Factory Productions’ Factory Flicks are entertaining kids Saturday mornings on NYC life, the flagship station of NYC Media, the official network of the City of New York. In 2012, Small Factory was presented with an NYC Emmy® Award for children’s programming. The cartoons have been described by parents and educators as pure, creative fun with a dose of healthy guidance for learning life’s difficult lessons.

Following the live television airing of Factory Flicks from 8:30 – 9:00 a.m., Small Factory will rerun the show continuously from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Many of the cartoons turn a hopeful eye to the next generation, boasting authentic voices that are relatable to children of all ages and
 offer a plan to parents for raising more engaged, community-minded kids. One of the featured cartoons in the episode is “Earth Day Party", which was created by children from the Purr’n Pooch Foundation for Animals. Festival guests will be asked to lend a paw and make a suggested donation of $10 per family to support the Foundation’s grantees – unsung heroes from nonprofit organizations working in animal rescue and welfare.

Throughout the event, “Factory Flicks” Co Hosts Anna Phillips (age 11 from Fair Haven), Dylan Snee (age 9 from Fair Haven), Zachary Pich (age 12 from Tinton Falls), Zachary Colucci (age 11 from Fair Haven) and Molly Siciliano (age 11 from Red Bank) will be in attendance to meet and greet guests. Every Saturday morning, these local kids will introduce NYC life’s viewers to a new set of cartoons and high-energy cartoon takeouts like “Draw Cool Things” and “Cartoon Voices”, revealing the creative process the young producers experienced to make their “Factory Flicks.”

“We invite the public to join us for the exciting television premiere of the Second Season of Factory Flicks on NYC life,” said Chris Dudick, Executive Producer, Small Factory Productions. “Join us in Red Bank, NJ, a city that embraces and celebrates the arts, as we showcase the creativity of hundreds of young artists and producers from across Monmouth County.”

The new season of “Factory Flicks” premieres on Saturday, November 3rd at 8:30am on NYC life. Episodes will also re-air on Mondays and Thursdays at 11am. NYC life is available in the New York tri-state area on broadcast, cable and satellite channels (In New Jersey, it’s available on channel 25 on Verizon Fios, channel 22 on Cablevision and channel 14 on Comcast.). Visit for local cable and satellite listings. “Factory Flicks” is also available to watch online on the NYC Media Video on Demand player – – and through the NYC Media app, available to download for free from iTunes.

About Small Factory Productions
Small Factory provides support and technical expertise while respecting and celebrating a child's individual, creative voice. Programs include claymation, music lessons and production, acting, video game creation, story telling, social skills for special learners and kindergarten enrichment. Small Factory uses curriculum that meets National and State Standards for Language Arts Literacy and Performing Arts to help children create and cast characters, develop stories, write scripts, record voices and play music. Small Factory Productions has created a library of more than 200 cartoons produced by more than 1,000 children. When a child's creativity is nurtured, the possibilities for growth are endless!
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