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Journeys, Genders and Identity (Shorts Program)
Northwest Film Forum
Seattle, WA
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Jan 26, 2019 11:30 AM



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Journeys, Genders and Identity (Shorts Program)
Sat Jan 26: 11.30am

Festival - Childrens Film Festival Seattle 2019: Shorts

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Ages 11+

This program celebrates beautiful and complex stories of identity and diversity   just like you, the people you will meet in this program are one of kind, finding their way towards their authentic selves, rejecting stereotypes and reaching out to others who respect and affirm their journeys.

68 min.

** Special thanks to Three Dollar Bill Cinema for co-presenting this program with us! **

Content advisory: Animated characters in Flash Flood do not wear clothes, but their bodies do not signal any gender characteristics. In Little Heroes two Israeli boys discuss terrorism, in a simplistic way, through the lens of fear that they have learned. In Cat Days a doctor smokes. In Tough there is imagery of a gun while a daughter hears her mothers memory of serving in an army.

People
(Lucas Hespenheide, US, 2017, animation, 1 min, English) Seattle premiere!

An introspective look at the differences between people, and learning to love who you are.

Aidan and Albert Sykes
(Richard OConnor, US, 2017, animation, 3 min, English)

9-year-old Aidan Sykes, of Jackson, Mississippi, asks his father, Albert, a few important questions.

Cat Days
(John Frickey, Japan & Germany, animation, 2018, 11 min, Japanese with English subtitles) Seattle premiere!

What happens when you are told you are cat, but you know you are really a boy?

Flash Flood
(Ali MacKay, Canada & US, animation, 2107, 6 min, English)

Deep within an animated dream, three transgender people confront a cataclysmic flood.

Trailer >

199 Little Heroes: Newo from Israel
(Sigrid Klausmann-Sittler, Germany, live action documentary, 2018, 15 min, Hebrew with English subtitles) North American premiere!

A boy in Israel loves ballet, and finds friends and family who support him.

The Importance of Finding the Other
(Marcy Lyn Frutchey, US, live action, 2017, 9 min, English) Seattle premiere!

A young, biracial girl sets out to discover what it means to be an other.

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Tough
(Jennifer Zhang, UK, animation, 2016, 5 min, in Mandarin and English, with English subtitles)

A British-born daughter has grown mature enough to be more curious about her mothers experiences in China, and understand how differently she grew up.

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The Big Picture
(Pooja Das Sarka, India, live action, 2017, 20 min, English and Hindi with English subtitles) Seattle premiere!

A teenagers love of Bollywood musicals leads him to question why people believe there are certain things men and women should and shouldnt do.

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Location

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


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