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Family Time
Northwest Film Forum
Seattle, WA
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Family Time
FAMILY TIME (run time: 69 min) For ages 5+

Families make the world go round! In these animated and live action shorts, we learn that very different kinds of families can share the same bond of love. Find the sun, learn a new song, dance with cats, drink from a tall, cool glass of color, and rediscover what your own family means to you.

The Totems - Family Song  Jordan Geary, from Sesame Workshop, in attendance on January 28!
Seattle premiere
(Mark Taylor, USA/England, animated, 2016, 2:23 min) English.
Families come in all shapes and sizes. Large or small, no matter what you got, you know that family means a lot!

The Gift watch the trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PLlyT6eQOyOobKCIQAnB9-pQ_NDWGvDBDn&v=tVHH3-bP-fE
Seattle premiere
(Kohei Kajisa, Japan, animated, 2016, 5:10 min) English.
The screen explodes with color as a little girl attempts to deliver a present to her arguing parents. What an adventure she has along the way!

Hippo Hop
West Coast premiere
(Patxi Exequiel Aguirre, Germany, animated, 2015, 3:18 min) No dialogue.
It takes some fishy friends to reunite a baby hippo with his mom.

The Girl Who Spoke Cat  watch the trailer: https://vimeo.com/116377152
(Dotty Kultys, UK/Poland, animated, 2014, 5:40 min) English.
In a dull world, a curious girl longs for some color and joy. But first, she must convince her mother that its all okay.

Ami
West Coast premiere
(Gonzalo San Vicente, Germany, animated, 2016, 8 min) No dialogue.
Mom tells little Ami a white lie to comfort her while she is away, but when the innocent story turns true, things take an unexpected turn.

Spring in Autumn
West Coast premiere
(Tatiana Kublitskaya, Belarus, animated, 2015, 10 min) Belarusian with English subtitles
A little boy named Janka is sick in bed. He would like to see the sun, but outside the window there is a cold autumn day. Can Jankas little sister help him warm up?

Cats & Dogs
Seattle premiere
(Jesús Pérez and Gerd Gockell, Switzerland/Germany, animated, 2015, 6 min) No dialogue.
Boy meets girl. But can they and their beloved furbabies form a family?

Song of the Lark
West Coast premiere
(Tatiana Kublitskay, Belarus, animated, 2014, 7 min) Belarusian with English subtitles
A little lark must learn to sing her own special song.

Nitanish: To My Daughter  watch the trailer: https://vimeo.com/146701780
Seattle premiere
(Melissa Mollen Dupuis, Innu Nation/Canada, live action, 2015, 3 min) French with English subtitles.
While making the blanket that will keep her warm, a mother sends a tender message to her soon-to-be-born daughter.

Under the Persimmon Streetlight  watch the trailer: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6L1DVaoZB2VcEZGVjA5NmxGZDg/view
West Coast premiere
(Jun-ming Guo, Taiwan, animated, 2016, 19 min) Chinese/Hakka with English subtitles.
A girl must go on a journey to find her grandmother, who has wandered away. Soon, the girl finds a magical friend to help her in her search.

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


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