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Cuddly Critters
Northwest Film Forum
Seattle, WA
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Cuddly Critters
CUDDLY CRITTERS                      
SAT. JANUARY 23 @ 11AM

(56:25 min)

Ages 2+


Take a trip to an animated animal kingdom, where you'll find everything from teensy ants to huge, hungry hippos! If you love four-legged, furry, finned and feathery creatures, this is the program for you.


Perfect Houseguest

West Coast premiere

(Ru Kuwahata and Max Porter, USA, 2015, 1:35 min) Nonverbal.

A tiny mouse just can't resist tidying everything up when he pays a visit to a house.



The Last Leaf

Seattle premiere

(Gwyneth Christoffel, Canada, 2014, 1:35 min) Nonverbal.

A cute little caterpillar gets into some trouble by being greedy for the last leaf on the tree.





The Birdie

North American premiere
(Yekaterina Filippova, Russia, 2:40 min) Nonverbal.
A bird and a hippo become great friends, and decide to build a house together.






The Visitors

West Coast premiere

(Philip Watts, Australia, 2014, 1 min) Nonverbal.

A man thinks he has his house all to himself. But soon, some guests begin to arrive!







Cabellito De Mar

North American premiere

(Yenny Santamaría Amado, Colombia, 2013, 4:27) In Spanish with English subtitles.

A little seahorse urges everyone he meets to take good care of the sea.







The Most Best Hat

Seattle made!

(Jetelle Weidlich, USA, puppetry and live action, 2015, 2:40 min) In English.

A pufferfish has lost his hat! Don't worry, there is a haberdashery nearby!









Hippo and Juice

North American premiere

(Alexey Minchenok, Russia, 2015, 2:30 min) In English.

A hungry hippo goes looking for his favorite food and beverage blueberry pie and juice!







Ladybug

North American premiere

(Marina Karpova, Russia, animation, 2015, 3:05 min) In English.

Someone has put a ladybug in a teensy tiny matchbox. Find out how she makes her great escape!









Cloudy Goats

(Hamid Karimian, Iran, animation, 2014, 5 min) Nonverbal.

A young lamb is rescued by a man with a flute and a beautiful soaring bird.











How Shammies Built a House

World premiere

(Edmunds Jansons, Latvia, 2015, 5:31 min) In English.

Some adorable fabric creatures get ready to welcome a pet to their home.



The Little Bird and the Squirrel

West Coast premiere

(Lena von Döhren, Switzerland, 2014, 4:20 min) Nonverbal.

Can two tiny creatures outwit a fox? Of course they can!





Mr. K's New House

Seattle premiere

(Enson Huang, Taiwan, 2014, 3:34 min) In Mandarin with English subtitles.

A man begins to build a new house for himself, but soon, he is visited by lots of animals who also are looking for shelter.





The Mods

North American premiere

(Antonio Padovan, Italy, 2014, 3:14 min) Nonverbal.

Expect a big mess when a snake and a dinosaur try to build a model of a Tyrannosaurus Rex!





Schwammerlbert

North American premiere

(Pia Auteried, Germany, 2014, 4:26 min) Nonverbal.

A mushroom awakens one morning, missing his cap! What's a little fungus to do?



Pik-Pik-Pik

(Dmitry Vysotskiy, Russia, 2014, 3:40 min) Nonverbal.

Ants and birds learn how to work together to save a tree that they all live in.




Kiburi

West Coast premiere

(Justin Melillo, USA, 2013, 3:35 min) Nonverbal.A determined lion cub finds his way home with the help of friends.

Xavier the Cat

US premiere

(Andrzej Orzechowski and Bronislaw Zeman, Poland, 2013, 8 min) Nonverbal.

Can a solitary cat change his stripes when visitors show up to play?



Note for parents: This program is full of gentle stories, uplifting characters and happy endings, though not all the plot lines are completely conflict-free. We encourage parents of especially sensitive young viewers to read the one-line film descriptions to their little ones before the show

Location

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


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