KARACHI  - The Little Art group in collaboration with Teacher’s Resource Center, Karachi will hold the second Karachi International Children’s Film Festival from November 5 to 8 and from November 12 to 14 at Zulekhabai Auditorium, Rangoonwala Community Centre.The organizers here on Monday said the festival is aimed at enhancing media literacy of young people, fostering children’s creativity and imagination by showcasing the very best in film-making for and by children and young people.The event is part of our efforts to nurture innovative arts education projects for children and young people in the country, they said. The Little Art Group that initiated one of its flagship projects as Lahore International Children’s Film Festival in 2008 and tested its outreach last year while taking it to Karachi and Islamabad will be holding the festival in six cities across Pakistan in 2012.The festival is to be held on different dates, in Lahore, Peshawar, Islamabad, Faisalabad, Karachi and Rawalpindi, is expected to attract 80,000 children and young people this year, with the celebrations of world cultures created for the children of all ages. “Focus is that each and every city would be given a new look on the ways to entertain and educate the future generation, while experiencing a global perspective made especially for children and young people,” said the organisers. They urged parents to bring their children to experience the magic of world cinema for children and young people to the festival.The partners for all the festivals scheduled to held in six different cities of the country include Embassy of the Netherlands, Embassy of Germany, Groupe Development, Idara-e-Taleem-o-Agahi (ITA), Teacher’s Resource Center (Karachi), Peace Niche (Karachi), Agriculture University (Peshawar), Sir Syed Memorial Society (Islamabad), Annemarie Schimmel Haus (Goethe Institute) and others.