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Time Travelogue: Films By Youth
Northwest Film Forum
Seattle, WA
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Time Travelogue: Films By Youth
JANUARY 24, SUNDAY AT 7PM
TIME TRAVELOGUE: FILMS BY YOUTH
(81:27 min)
All ages

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Join us for a dynamic selection of the best of youth-made cinema, from Seattle to Austria. Our program includes silent film, music videos, animation, slapstick comedy, and documentary. Journey to Ireland, Vancouver, the cosmos, and the Stone Age, and take an animated romp through English history, all with the help of a remarkably talented group of young filmmakers!

A Lesson Learned  Seattle made!
(Lisa M., USA, live action, 2015, 7:42 min) In English.
Learning about having a heart for those less fortunate sometimes comes in the warmest ways.

Noted  Seattle premiere
(Eli Staub, USA, live action, 2015, 3 min) Nonverbal.
A boy is thwarted in his efforts to get a girl's attention in class.

Amber Alert  Made at Northwest Film Forum!
(Eva Archer-Krauss, Marley Brody, Sam Fillmore, Peter Garland, Jessamyn Gilbert, Soren Hawkins, Finn Mander, Katrina Marro, Collin Mason, Brynne McKee, Ross Wheeler, Stafford Vaughan, and Silvia Unat, USA, live action, 2015, 6:28 min) Silent with English subtitles.
A silent mystery at the movie theater.

Blue Skies  Made at Northwest Film Forum!
(Marley Brody, Ross Wheeler, Brynne McKee, and Finn Mander, USA, live action, 2015, 3:03 min) Nonverbal.
A nostalgic, playful trip through Capitol Hill.

Vancouver In Motion  Seattle made!
(Katrina Marro, USA, live action, 2014, 3:09 min) Nonverbal.
A silent documentary on the beauty of Vancouver, BC.

Ireland  Seattle made!
(Samuel Cleary, USA, live action, 2015, 11:15 min) In English.
A Seattle youth travels to Ireland to explore his roots.

The Sea at the Village  US premiere
(12th grade students with Bastien Dubois, Portugal, animation, 2014, 2 min) Nonverbal.
A portrait of the sea, the land, and the people of a city.

Royals Rascals and Us  North American premiere
(Sarah Cox, UK, animation, 2015, 6:46 min) In English.
The history of Hampton Court Palace as told by the voices, pictures, and music of thousands of young people. Produced by Aardman Animation/Historic Royal Palaces for the Hampton Court Palace's 500 years anniversary.

Lemonade Standoff
(Karson Monger, Ryan Beard, Sam Crowell, and Saunder Boyle, USA, live action, 2014, 6 min) In English.
Things quickly turn sour when siblings launch competing lemonade stands.

Sorry to Say  World premiere
(Theo Taplitz, USA, live action, 2015, 4:43 min) In English.
Sometimes, no matter how hard you try, homework just isn't going to happen.

Imagination Animation  Made at Northwest Film Forum!
(Jonah Kozlowski with students Marley Brody, Toa Ghatak, Declan Laney, Ardin Meijer, Silas Hughes, Thomas Sands, Iris Brown, Jayden Richards, Averee Jessa Budden, Toa Ghatak, Benjamin Illing, Liam Rudoff, Joey Guizio, Henry Dahlin, and Jacob Welton, USA, animation and live action, 2015, 4:06 min) In English.
Students explore the neighborhood around Northwest Film Forum with the help of special effects.

Garden of Eden  Seattle made!
(Mercer Island Stroum JCC camp, Bernard Mann with students Laura K, Katya, B, Vivi C-H. Max W, Anna C. Logan F, Jonah E., USA, live action, 2015, 9:09 min) In English.
A young girl takes a shortcut through a forbidden garden on her last walk home from school.

The Cosmospinguin  Seattle premiere
(Luca Potskhishvili, Austria, animation, 2015, 4 min) In German.
The Cosmospinguin journeys to Earth for gold but ends up finding friends instead.

Living in the Now  Made at Northwest Film Forum!
(Katrina Marro, USA, live action, 2015, 3 min) In English.
An introspective look at the idea of saying goodbye, told through mementos and souvenirs.

Time of Dawn  Seattle made!
(Kai Ogath, Brendon Stinson, and Coco White, USA, live action, 2015, 7:06 min) In English.
A caveman seeks to save his village from disaster, but first he must win a contest over a doubting rival.

Notes to parents: Amber Alert is a murder mystery, complete with onscreen murders (not graphic) and a boy gets his eyes gouged (not too graphic) in Sorry to Say. Siblings argue and undermine each other in Lemonade Stand.

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


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