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Film | Kids

Best of BAMkids Film Festival: Ready for Adventure!

Ages 6—8
Sat, Nov 20, 2021
  • 11AM

Virtual & BAM Rose Cinemas

Virtual: Nov 20—28 (On Demand)
In Person: Nov 20, 2021 at 11am
RUN TIME: 75min
GENERAL ADMISSION: Virtual —— $5; $10; $15; $20 (pay-what-you-wish); In Person —— $14 ($9 members); $10 children
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Saturday November 20, 2021

In partnership with Northwest Film Forum and Melbourne International Animation Festival

Join us virtually or in person at BAM Rose Cinemas for a selection of the most popular films for kids ages 6—8 from this year’s BAMkids Film Festival. These international stories of friendship and adventure include both this year’s BAMmie Award recipients: Best Live Action Short winner Junu Ko Jutta (The Shoes of a Little Girl), from Nepal, and Best Animated Short winner Shooom’s Odyssey, from France.

On-sale dates for the in person program and the virtual program are separate. If you would like to attend the program in person and receive virtual access, you will need to buy two separate tickets. For additional questions or clarifications please contact

This event will be held with the health and safety of you and your family as our highest priority. Please visit BAM’s safety protocol page for the most up-to-date information.

The Last Day Of Autumn (2019)

Dir. Marjolaine Perreten, 7min


In the latest from Paper Panther, a young whale separated from his family discovers a caged bird.

Melting Heart Cake (2019)

Dir. Benoît Chieux, 11min
In French with English subtitles


To share her chocolate treat with her friend, Anna must cross a glacial forest that is said to be haunted by a terrifying bearded giant. But when Anna meets him, it turns out the leviathan has a big heart too.

Junu Ko Jutta (The Shoes of a Little Girl) (2019)

Dir. Kedar Shrestha, 13min
In Nepali
Best Live Action Short


Junu is a little girl who has trouble learning left from right, so she comes up with a smart way to keep her shoes on the right feet. It isn’t easy, but she does it all by herself.

Colour Blind (2019)

Dir. Laura Miranda, 3min
In English


Lula is an old woman who lives alone in her almost grey world, but everything changes on her birthday.

Umbrellas (2020)

Dirs. Jose Prats & Alvaro Robles, 12min


In a land where the rain never stops, six-year-old Kyna spends her days playing under the protective “umbrella beard” of her father Din. One night, Kyna’s beloved dog Nana disappears. To find her, Kyna embarks on a journey of self-discovery and faces her greatest fear: the rain.

Aurora (2020)

Dir. Jo Meuris, 5min
In English


Once upon a time, there was a little girl who fell in love with a beautiful horse named Aurora… A bittersweet story of love, friendship, and growing up.

Shooom’s Odyssey (2019)

Dir. Julien Bisaro, 26min
In French
Best Animated Short


A baby owl hatches just as a storm blows her world upside down. Determined to find her mother, she sets out into the mangrove, pushing a second egg from the brood behind her. Luckily, she meets two new human friends to help her with her task!

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