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Explore Galore
Northwest Film Forum
Seattle, WA
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Explore Galore
EXPLORE GALORE              

(69 min)

Ages 2+

Adventures and a feast for the senses await you in this collection of wacky, sweet and silly animated films. Experiment with some mad scientists, dance across the kitchen counter with some sushi, trick some hungry dragons and dinosaurs, make a game out of cleaning up the house, and discover the beautiful music of friendship.

Konigirikun - A Small Rice Ball

West Coast premiere

(Mari Miyazawa, Japan, 2015, 5 min) Nonverbal.

Sushi animation brings to life the adventures of a rice ball kid and his pet broccoli.


Seattle premiere

(Brandon Oldenburg and Limbert Fabian, USA, 2014, 2:40 min) Nonverbal.

What could be more magical than the movies? In this homage to silent film, a powerful little girl is calling the shots!

Boing Doing Squeak Ping

North American premiere

(Lisan Peters, The Netherlands, 2013, 1 min) Nonverbal.

Watch shapes dance and listen to the music they make.

No Bongo Ting Kwa Kwa

Seattle premiere

(Walter Santucci, USA, 2015, 1:53 min) In English.

Two silly scientists can't agree on the best way to use the equipment in their laboratory.

Camusi Camusi

Seattle premiere

(Yenny SantamarĂ­a Amado, Colombia, 2014, 4 min) In Spanish with English subtitles.

A tale of three musical instruments, told in felt animation.

Goldilocks and the Three Dinosaurs

(Pete List, USA, 2015, 10:45 min) In English.

A new twist on the classic fairy tale brings Goldilocks to the house of Mama and Papa Dinosaur, and their dinosaur friend from Norway.

Fridge Princess

US premiere

(Tale Do, Michelle Oh and Ruby Xia, Canada, 2015, 2:39 min) Nonverbal.

Can a slightly smudged drawing of a princess find its way to a place of pride on the fridge door? Of course it can!

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Herman's Heart

US premiere

(Anne Kristin Berge, Norway, 2014, 8:17 min) Nonverbal.

When a little boy discovers that his heart is big enough to make room for his little sister, he goes on a journey that has a happy ending.

Troll Trap

US premiere

(Klaus Morschheuser and Johannes Weiland, Germany, 2014, 7:30 min) In German with English subtitles.

An enterprising little girl makes friends with some trolls.

Sensible Senses

West Coast premiere

(Joanna Polak, Poland, 2013, 5:30 min) Nonverbal, with text in English.

A man learns all about his five different senses, and how they help him understand his world and make him feel.

How Shammies Tidied Up

World premiere

(Edmunds Jansons, Latvia, 2015, 5:06 min) In English.

When the Shammies can't find their toys, they decide to make a game out of cleaning up the clutter in their room!

Rice Ball's Little Mallet

Seattle premiere

(Yu Li-Fu, Taiwan, 2014, 3:48 min) In Mandarin with English subtitles.

A smart little boy uses some unlikely lucky charms to outwit a hungry dragon that he meets in the woods. In the end, the dragon is the 'fraidy cat!

Friends (Episodes 1-2-5-8-10)

West Coast premiere

(Christophe Defaye and Olivier Defaye, Japan, 2014, 10:30 min) In English.

Find out about the adventures of the notes La and Mi, and their other friends who show up to make beautiful music one day.

Notes to parents: This program is full of lively stories, comic characters and happy endings. However, not all the plot lines are completely conflict-free. Parents of especially sensitive young viewers should read the film descriptions to their little ones before the show, so everyone knows what to expect. The film "Silent" features a very quick and not-very-scary reference to scary movies, and in "Herman's Heart," a little girl is lost and found


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




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