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Film | Kids

Time to Fly

 
Ages 3—5
 
Feb 3—Feb 4, 2018
 
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RUN TIME: 59min
GENERAL ADMISSION: $14
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$10 for children (13 & under) and seniors (65+)
 
 
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Northwest Film Forum

In this program filled with vibrant colors and happy endings, soar through the air with a brave baby owl, a lost doll traveling the globe, and a bold little girl who decides to live in a zoo.

 
The Little Bird and the Caterpillar

Der Kleine Vogel und die Raupe
Dir. Lena von Döhren
Switzerland, animation, 2017, 4min
New York Premiere
Nonverbal

 

A little bird has plenty of peace and quiet high up in its tree—until an uninvited guest shows up.

 
In Flight

Dir. Britanny Lefevre
France, animation, 2016, 3min
New York Premiere
Nonverbal

 

A little gnome from the forest and a magpie both like the same shiny object.

 
 
 
The Pocket Man

Dir. Ana Chubinidze
France/Switzerland/Georgia, animation, 2016, 7min
Nonverbal

 

A little man lives in an old suitcase, until one day he finds a better spot—inside the pocket of a new friend!

 
 
The Penguin

Dir. Pascale Hecquet
France/Belgium, animation, 2016, 5min
New York Premiere
In French with English subtitles

 

A penguin finds his home too icy, so he takes off for the tropics.

 
 
 
Mr. Night has a Day Off

Dir. Ignas Meilunas
Lithuania, animation, 2016, 2min
Nonverbal

 

When Mr. Night comes along, he paints the town in dark colors.

 
 
I Want to Live in the Zoo

Dir. Evgenia Golubeva
Russia, animation, 2017, 6min
East Coast Premiere

 

Sasha doesn’t like the rules at home, so she decides to move to the zoo.

 
 
 
George and Paul: Sleepwalking

Dirs. Joost van den Bosch and Erik Verkerk
The Netherlands, animation, 2017, 5min
In Dutch with English subtitles

 

Two best friends have a wild night when one of them begins to sleepwalk.

 
 
A Hole

Dir. Maribel Suárez
Mexico, animation, 2016, 4min
Nonverbal

 

A little girl, delighted and intrigued by a hole, offers it all kinds of presents and treats.

 
 
 
Konigiri-Kun: Music Box

Dir. Mari Miyazawa
Japan, animation, 2017, 5min
East Coast Premiere
Nonverbal

 

Konigiri-kun eats a super-sour pickled plum to wake himself up, then grabs his music box to show his friends.

 
 
Fluffy Hour: PuiPui & MuuMuu

Dir. Mizoguchi Hiroyuki
Japan, animation, 2017, 5min
East Coast Premiere
Nonverbal

 

PuiPui and MuuMuu are fluffy fairies who live in the fluffy forest, where everything is fluffy—even the flowers and trees.

 
 
 
Koyaa: Flying Workbook

Dir. Kolja Saksida
Slovenia and Croatia, animation, 2017, 3min
East Coast Premiere
Nonverbal

 

Koyaa needs a smart idea to catch up with his flying notebook.

 
 
Ant

Dir. Julia Ocker
Germany, animation, 2017, 3min
NY Premiere
Nonverbal

 

A line of ants learns to march to a different, and much more fun, drummer.

 
 
 
Doll’s Letters

Dir. Natalia Grofpel
Russia, animation, 2016, 7min
East Coast Premiere
Nonverbal

 

When a little girl’s doll goes missing, a kind postman invents an incredible story.

 
 
 
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