Film | Kids

Fins, Feathers & Furry Friends

 
Ages 3—5
Short films
 
Feb 2—Feb 3, 2019
 
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RUN TIME: 50min
GENERAL ADMISSION: $14
MEMBERS: $9
$10 for children (13 & under) and seniors (65+)
 
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Northwest Film Forum

Meet a menagerie of furry, feathered, and finned new friends in this all-animated program. Fins, Feathers & Furry Friends is filled with roly-poly adventures, vibrant colors, yummy treats, and happy endings!

This program features short films from Czech Republic, France, Switzerland, Germany, Japan, and Russia.

TICKETS 
Limited Ticket Availability  
 
These screenings are currently sold out. Tickets may become available and are sold on a first-come, first-served basis at the box office just before the start of the film.
 
Sheep

Dir. Julia Ocker
Germany, animation, 2018, 3min
Nonverbal
NY Premiere

 

A little lamb hops from one adventure to the next. The flock would never take those chances!

 
Like an Elephant in a China Shop (Comme Un Elephant Dans Un Magasin De Porcelaine)

Dir. Louise Chevrier, Luka Fischer, Rodolphe Groshens, Marie Guillon, Estelle Martinez, Benoit Paillard, Lisa Rasasombat
France, animation, 2017, 5min
Nonverbal
NY Premiere

 

A shopkeeper becomes extremely nervous when an elephant shows up at his door!

 
 
 
The Box (La Boite)

Dir. Eliott Belrose, Carole Favier, Loïcia Lagillier, Aloïs Mathé, Juliette Perrey, Joran Rivet
France, animation, 2017, 7min
Nonverbal
NY Premiere

 

An old man winds up taming a mouse, instead of trapping it.

 
 
Mogu & Pero

Dir. Tsuneo Goda
Japan, animation, 2018, 8min
In Japanese with English subtitles

 

Two forest creature love to eat breakfast, lunch and dinner together. When they have a disagreement, it’s food that brings them back together again!

 
 
 
Funny Fish

Dir. Krishna Chandran A. Nair
France/Switzerland, animation, 2017, 6min

 

In the middle of the ocean, a school of fish comes to the rescue of a funny red fish floating on the surface of the water.

 
 
Kippkopp in the Grass

Dir. Szilvia Fabók, Tama Mikori
Hungary, animation, 2017, 7min
In Hungarian with English subtitles
New York Premiere

 

Kippkopp, a chestnut child, is walking in the meadow, looking for a playmate. Can he convince a ladybug to be his friend?

 
 
 
Coco’s Day

Dir. Tatiana Moshkova
Russia, animation, 2017, 4min
In Russian with English subtitles
New York Premiere

 

Meet Coco, a little crocodile who hides from blizzards, explores underwater worlds and even turns into Godzilla—and all inside her own house!

 
 
Blueberry Hunt

Dir. Alexandra Hetmerová Májová, Kateřina Karhánková
Czech Republic, animation, 2017, 6min
In English with French subtitles
New York Premiere

 

Two hungry bears set out to pick berries in the forest after they get a craving for blueberry dumplings.

 
 
 
Fly

Dir. Julia Ocker
Germany, animation, 2018, 3min
Nonverbal
New York Premiere

 

Three frogs are fighting over a tasty fly. But there is something the fly can teach them.

 
 
 
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NOTE  
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.
TICKETS  
Ticketing Policy  
 
Please note: Each person, regardless of age, must have a ticket to attend BAM programs. Lap seating will not be permitted without a ticket.
PRE-FILM ENTERTAINMENT 
The Amazing Max 
 

Get to your cinema seat a little early to enjoy the comedic magic of The Amazing Max! Amazing Max Darwin earned the moniker for his ability to engage, awe, and amuse adults and kids alike. He conjures a custom experience that young ones carry with them long after the show ends.