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Film | Kids

Side by Side

 
Ages 5—8
 
Jan 28—Jan 29, 2017
 
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RUN TIME: 60min
GENERAL ADMISSION: $14
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$10 for children (13 & under) and seniors (65+)
 
 
 
 
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Northwest Film Forum

This collection of mostly animated shorts celebrates friendships of all shapes and sizes. Whether it’s a mole and earthworm finding common ground, or a shy girl learning strength from her grandmother, these duos demonstrate that two are stronger than one.

Note to parents: My Dog’s Name is Wind takes place in the aftermath a boy’s loss of his pet. In The Little Stone Lion, a cat pounces on a cute mouse, off screen.

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The Mole and the Earthworm

Dir. Johannes Schiehsl
Germany, animation, 2015, 3min
Nonverbal
NY premiere

 

A little mole discovers that all of the other animals have a friend to play with. But there’s no one for the mole to play with. Or is there?

 
Little Stone Lion

Dir. Tang Chen
Taiwan, animation, 2016, 7min
Nonverbal
NY premiere

 

A little stone lion, determined to prove his worth as a temple guardian, tries to chase away a hungry cat from the temple offerings. But the two foes soon wind up as friends.

 
 
 
Moom

Dirs. Robert Kondo and Daisuke “Dice” Tsutsumi
Japan/USA, animation, 2016, 14min
In English

 

Every forgotten object has a memory still attached, and the little object named Moom is no exception.

 
 
The Musical Dragon

Dir. Camille Müller
Switzerland, animation, 2015, 8min
Nonverbal
NY premiere

 

A little girl befriends a dragon in the woods and the two begin to play music together. But the obstinate king only allows military marches.

 
 
 
My Dog’s Name is Wind

Dir. Peter Marcias
Italy, animation, 2016, 9min
In Italian with English subtitles
North American premiere

 

A boy thinks nothing could ever replace his first dog. Then, a new four-legged friend bounds into his life.

 
 
Mimi & Liza: Farewell Color Grey

Dir. Katarína Kerekesová
Slovakia, animation, 2013, 7min
In Slovak with English subtitles
North American premiere

 

Mimi, a blind girl, and her best friend Liza help their colorless neighbor find joy in colors.

 
 
 
Lost in Spring

Dir. Fred Leao Prado Wall
UK, live action, 2016, 12min
In English
East Coast premiere

 

A shy 7-year-old girl begins to believe in herself, thanks to the encouragement of her teacher and the love of her grandmother.