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Schellen-Ursli (The Little Mountain Boy)
Northwest Film Forum
Seattle, WA
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Schellen-Ursli (The Little Mountain Boy)
Saturday, Feb. 27 at 1:00 PM

ENCORE!
Schellen-Ursli (The Little Mountain Boy) returns to Northwest Film Forum for one more screening! The film was the biggest hit of Children's Film Festival Seattle 2016, winning  both the Audience Favorite Prize and the Children's Jury Prize for Best Feature Film. This is your last chance to see the film before it embarks on a world-wide tour of the children's film festival circuit. Prize-winning and audience favorite short animations from the Festival will open the show!

SCHELLEN-URSLI (THE LITTLE MOUNTAIN BOY)
(Xavier Koller, Switzerland, live action, 2015, 100 min)
Ages 7+. In Swiss-German with English subtitles.

Journey to the snowy Alps with this new film based on the most famous Swiss childrens book after Heidi. Meet a brave and determined boy who dares the impossible  to climb to his parents summer chalet, high in the mountains, in the deep winter snow to retrieve one of his familys most prized possessions. But before he sets out, he must first help his family survive financial ruin, rescue his beloved pet goat, and with his best friend, outwit a bratty bully who seems out to get him at every turn. Will he make it back to the village in time to celebrate the end-of-winter holiday of Chalandamarz?

See the trailer: http://www.childrensfilmfestivalseattle.org/#!features/xtm8s

Notes to parents: There are scenes of danger, a bothersome bully, and one bumbling adult villain. The main character runs away, and his best friend, a girl, gives sleeping medicine to her parents and a dog without their knowledge. There is one instance of very mild coarse language.

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

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