Family Film Sunday: Longing and Belonging—The Best Live Action Films from Children’s Film Festival Seattle 2017

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Film:

Family Film Sunday: Longing and Belonging—The Best Live Action Films from Children’s Film Festival Seattle 2017

Showtimes:

Sunday Aug 20 11:10 AM
Sunday Aug 20 01:00 PM

Location:

Doris Duke Theatre


About the Film:

66 mins. Best for ages 8+ though can also be appreciated by most younger viewers.

Admission: Free. Seating is first come, first served.

This collection of live-action shorts show how kids all over the world long for the same things: to love, to laugh, to love, to share time with their families, and find their passions. Get globally aware as you meet children who dream of their homeland, boys and girls who feel passionately drawn to the arts, best friends who must overcome bullying, a boy who learns a big lesson about his parents, and an Alaskan Yup’ik teen who competes not for himself, but for his whole community. 

Displacement
Shatha Alghabri, Malaysia, live action, 2016, 4:26 min, in Arabic with English subtitles
Yemeni children share their experiences of being refugees, as they recount what they have seen and what they miss. Winner of the PLURAL+ 2016 Children’s Film Festival Seattle Award.

Valentino
Cassiana Maranha, Brazil, live action, 2014, 3:27 min, in Brazilian sign language with English subtitles
Valentino hears less, and feels more. He will grow up to be a musician. 

The Debt
Helen Flanagan, Ireland, live action, 2016, 12 min, in English
Ten-year-old Daithi is afflicted with a serious crush, but will his feelings get in the way of his loyalty to his best friend? 

Shirin's Dream
Maryam Abdoli, Iran, live action, 2016, 15 min, in Farsi with English subtitles
After a young girl is turned down for a part in the school play, her teacher learns a lesson about persistence and ingenuity. 

Mr. and Mrs. Kim
Jaehuen Chung, USA, live action, 2016, 14:40 min, mostly in English, but some Korean with English subtitles
A Korean-American boy makes up a glamorous story about his parents, but then discovers that their real story is something he can be much more proud of. Winner of CFFS Audience Favorite Short Live Action and Fantastic Foxes Jury Prize for a Live Action Short. 

I am Yup'ik
Daniele Anastasion and Nathan Golon, USA, live action, 2016, 17 min, in English and Yup’ik with English subtitles
In this inspiring documentary, an Alaskan Yup’ik teenager travels across hundreds of miles of frozen tundra to compete in a basketball tournament and bring pride to his village. Winner of CFFS Iron Giants Jury Prize for a Live Action Short.

 

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