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Carpe Diem
Northwest Film Forum
Seattle, WA
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Carpe Diem
CARPE DIEM                          
SUN. JANUARY 24 @ 1:30PM & SAT. JANUARY 30 @ 1PM

There is only one you, so don't be afraid to embrace the things that make you special! The kids in these short films pursue passions, overcome obstacles and discover that their differences can be delightful. You'll be inspired to chase your own unique dreams, in your own unique way, after the show!


Looks

North American premiere

(Susann Hoffmann, Germany, animation, 2014, 3:14 min) Nonverbal.

A little forest creature looks different from the others and longs to blend into the crowd. But soon, he meets friends who love him the way he is.



The Trumpeteer

filmmaker in attendance!

(Raúl Robin Morales Reyes, Mexico, animation, 2014, 10 min) Nonverbal.

A member of a marching band breaks the rules in order to find his freedom.



Mo's Bows

Northwest premiere

(Jennifer Treuting and Kristen McGregor, USA, live action, 2015, 6:19 min) In English.

Meet Moziah Bridges, and see what it's like to be the bow tie king of Memphis!



(74:19 min)

Ages 8+



There is only one you, so don't be afraid to embrace the things that make you special! The kids in these short films pursue passions, overcome obstacles and discover that their differences can be delightful. You'll be inspired to chase your own unique dreams, in your own unique way, after the show!


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Tomgirl

Seattle made!

(Jeremy Asher Lynch, USA, live action, 2015, 13:46 min) In English.

Girls wear dresses and boys don't, right? Get to know a cool Seattle kid who doesn't conform to those old stereotypes.



Super Girl

Seattle premiere

(Vaani Arora and Hemant Gaba, India, live action, 2014, 16 min) In English and some Hindi, with English subtitles.

A girl with a passion for physics travels down a surprising path to become a superhero.



Andrew with Great Fanfare

West Coast premiere

(André Hörmann, Germany/USA, live action, 2014, 25 min) In English.

A determined teen must give everything he has to become the proud drum major who leads his band in a Mardi Gras parade.



Notes to parents: Some big words are spoken by adults in "Tomgirl," a sweet documentary about a non-gender-conforming 7-year-old. "The Trumpeteer" and "Looks" tell stories about overcoming bullying.

Location

Northwest Film Forum (View)
1515 12th Ave
Seattle, WA 98122
United States


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