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Film | Kids

Best of BAMkids Film Festival: Small Wonders

 
AGES 3—5
VIRTUAL
IN PERSON
 
Oct 30—Nov 6, 2021
 
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LOCATION:

Virtual & BAM Rose Cinemas

Oct 30—Nov 7, 2021; (On Demand)
In Person: Nov 6, 2021 at 11am
 
RUN TIME: 60min
GENERAL ADMISSION: Virtual —— $5; $10; $15; $20 (pay-what-you-wish); In Person —— $14 ($9 members); $10 children
 
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Thu Oct 07
BAM Member & Patrons (In Person)
 
Fri Oct 08
General Public (In Person)
 
Sat Oct 30
General Public (Virtual)
 
 
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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 3—5 from this year’s BAMkids Film Festival. These playful tales from around the globe come alive with vibrant animation, animals, and music.

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 info@bam.org.


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.

 
Ink (2020)

Dirs. Joost van den Bosch & Erik Verkerk, 2min
The Netherlands
Nonverbal

 

Even a neat-freak octopus, with lots and lots of arms, has a hard time pointing out what someone else needs to tidy up.

 
(OvO) (2018)

Dir. Monica Moura, 4min
Brazil
Nonverbal

 

Things seemed to be going fine for these chickens, but chickens don’t always see the big picture.

 
 
 
Frida Fox: The Windmachine (2019)

Dir. Heidi Wittlinger, 7min
Germany
In English
Runner up, Best Animated Short

 

Frida is a little fox with big ideas. She wants to help her friends in Wood Village, but things don’t always turn out the way she plans.

 
 
Fussel (2019)

Dir. Alex Berweck, 5min
Germany
Nonverbal

 

Fussel, a friendly monster, wants to find out where all of this red thread is coming from.

 
 
 
A Lynx In The Town (2019)

Dir. Nina Bisiarina, 7min
France
Nonverbal

 

Attracted by the neighboring city lights, a curious lynx leaves the forest behind and has a lot of fun in the city, until it falls asleep in the middle of a parking lot. In the early morning, the amazed inhabitants discover this strange animal covered in snow.

 
 
The Kindergarten Show (2019)

Dir. Loic Bruyere, 8min
France
Nonverbal

 

An owl schoolmaster presides over the year-end kindergarten show, which goes horribly wrong in all the right ways.

 
 
 
Warm Star (2020)

Dir. Anna Kuzina, 4min
Russia
Nonverbal

 

As a busy bird tidies up the sky, it accidentally drops a little star. It lands on earth where a group of children are playing. .

 
 
Snip, Snap, Snut and the Colours (2020)

Dirs. Cecilia Actis & Mia Hulterstam, 5min
Sweden
Nonverbal
East Coast premiere

 

In this colorful claymation, a group of friends must prove that the world is more beautiful with a rainbow full of colors.

 
 
 
A-Choo! (2020)

Dir. Bo-Reum Lee, 4min
South Korea
Nonverbal

 

At dawn on a frozen lake a lonely baby owl wants to play with his friends, but he can’t stop sneezing.

 
 
Blanket (2020)

Dir. Marina Moshkova, 6min
Russia
Nonverbal
East Coast premiere

 

A grumpy polar bear learns how much fun it can be to have a friend when a brown bear comes to visit him in the Far North.

 
 
 
The Little Hedgehog (2020)

Dirs. Wen Ju Chow & Shen Hou, 4min
USA
Nonverbal

 

A hedgehog born without spines looks for a way to play with his friends without being hurt by their spines.

 
 
Sockz Theatre’s Little Speckled Frogs (2020)

Dirs. Christian Perry Castro & Eric Tsuchiyama, 3min
USA
In English

 

Three little speckled frogs sat on a speckled log, eating the most delicious bugs, ‘til one by one, they all took a bath.

 
 
 
The Fox And The Pigeon (2019)

Dirs. Michelle Chua, Aileen Dewhurst, Sharon Gabriella, Viktor Ivanovski, Sang Lee, Tyler Pacana, SiKyung Kevin Sung, Morgan Thompson, Steven Wang, Matt Walton & Chelsea van Tol, 6min
Canada
In English

 

A fox must save his ice cream from a pigeon with a sweet tooth while both of them are chased by a narrator with a wild imagination.

 
 
 
 
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