A World of Animation From The Children's Film Festival Seattle 2011
Sunday Aug 21 11:10 AM
Sunday Aug 21 01:00 PM
Doris Duke Theatre
About the Film:
Bring the whole gang to the Doris for new and classic fun family movies at a bargain price! This series is organized in conjunction with the monthly Bank of Hawaii Family Sunday event.
A WORLD OF ANIMATION FROM THE CHILDREN’S FILM FESTIVAL SEATTLE 2011
68 mins. Three films have subtitles (German, Russian).
Animated films from around the world are showcased in this one-of-a-kind program from Northwest Film and Children's Film Festival Seattle 2011. You'll meet a fly-away pancake, a talking shell, a stone that yearns to soar through the air, two friends who embark on a thrilling journey, a bespectacled princess who saves the day, and an old woman who amazes her cat by riding on a broomstick. Tally Ho Pankcake (Kai Pannen, Germany); Stoneflies (Anne Walther, Germany). Lost and Found(Philip Hunt, UK); Two Princesses (Maria Stepanova, Russia); Wonderful Day (Nils Skapans, Latvia); Marcel the Shell with Shoes On (Dean Fleischer-Camp, USA). Recommended for ages 5 & up.
August 21 at 11:10am & 1pm
Screening in conjunction with Mixed Plate at Bank of Hawaii Family Sunday on August 21
*Special thanks to the Sidney Stern Memorial Trust for sponsoring this program and to Liz Shepherd, Director of the Children’s Film Festival Seattle, for her assistance and support.
Tickets: $ 3 adults, $1 children (13 & under)
Tickets are available at the box office one half hour before each screening.
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