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Film | Kids

The Nature of Things

Ages 6—8
Feb 3—Feb 4, 2018
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RUN TIME: 69min
$10 for children (13 & under) and seniors (65+)
Limited Ticket Availability

Single Tickets
Tue Dec 05
BAM members
Tue Dec 12
General public
February 2018
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Saturday February 03, 2018
Performances no longer available.

Northwest Film Forum

Peer up at treetops, dip your toes in a cool stream, and dodge an icy snowball in these animated adventures that remind us nothing beats spending time outdoors with friends and family.

Limited Ticket Availability  

This screening is currently sold out, but don’t despair.

Additional seats regularly become available (due to no-shows and day-of ticket releases) and are sold on a first-come, first-served basis right before the film starts.

For updates on availability, follow @BAMcinematek on Twitter.

Fruits of Clouds

Dir. Katerina Karhankova
Czech Republic, animation, 2017, 10min
East Coast premiere


A little furry creature makes a great discovery by overcoming the fear of the unknown.

Moon Girl

Dir. Julie Rembavville
France, animation, 2016, 3min
New York Premiere


A little bug wears beautiful red shoes and dreams of a match made in heaven.


Dir. Helene Letourneur
France, animation, 2016, 3min


Autumn is in a hurry to paint her colors on the world. But there isn’t much time—winter is on the way.

Nino & Felix

Dir. Marta Palazzo and Lorenzo Latrofa
Italy, animation, 2016, 8min


With a lot of imagination and a few snowballs, two very different boys find a way to become the best of friends.


Dir. Samy Natsheh and Arly Jones
Spain, animation, 2017, 19min
In Spanish with English subtitles


Tito, a blind boy, leaves the city to visit his grandmother and ends up on the adventure of his life with a little girl from the countryside. Together, they use all of their senses to find their way home.

We’re Going on a Bear Hunt

Dir. Joanna Harrison and Robin Shaw
UK, animation, 2016, 25min


This gorgeously hand-drawn film, based on the classic children’s book, follows a group of children and their pet dog as they go on an outdoor adventure in search of bears.

Members get $5 off tickets  
Join and save $5 on adult tickets to BAMkids Film Festival. BAM members also get 50% off regular-price movies, all year long.
Food and Drink Policy  
Please note: No outside food and drink is permitted at the BAMkids Film Festival. Concessions will be available at BAMcafé. Due to the large volume of attendees, we cannot accommodate birthday parties in any of the festival spaces.