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Om Nom Nom
Northwest Film Forum
Seattle, WA
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Mar 08, 2020 10:30 AM
Please note that CFFS 2020 CLOSING DAY EVENTS (MAR. 8) TAKE PLACE AT RAINIER ARTS CENTER in Columbia City (3515 S. Alaska St.). Online sales end two hours before each showtime. Tickets will still be available at our box office unless it specifically indicates 'Sold Out'.



Admission Level Price Quantity
Member $7.00 ($8.34 w/service fee)
Senior / Child / Student $10.00 ($11.49 w/service fee)
General $13.00 ($14.64 w/service fee)
Full Day Pass $25.00 ($27.24 w/service fee)
$25 = Access to ALL Closing Day events, March 8th - breakfast, two short film programs, a feature film with a live performance by the youth of Spectrum Dance Theater, hands-on animation and more!  
Member Festival Pass $90.00 ($95.49 w/service fee)
Limit one per Individual membership. Upgrade to a Dual or Family plan at nwfilmforum.org/membership to purchase for multiple individuals.  
Senior / Child / Student Pass $150.00 ($158.49 w/service fee)
General Festival Pass $190.00 ($200.49 w/service fee)
Visit nwfilmforum.org/membership to become a member and take advantage of the $90 Member Festival Pass!  
 
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Om Nom Nom
** Sun Mar 08: 10.30am

** Please note: All CFFS 2020 closing day events (March 8) take place
Off-Site @ Rainier Arts Center
(3515 S Alaska St., Seattle, WA 98118)

Festival - Childrens Film Festival Seattle 2020: Shorts
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This program of animated and live-action is all about food, friends and family! Youll meet hungry bears who forget to wash the dishes, a soup-slurping grandma who forgets her manners, sushi rolls that spring to life, a boy who dives deep into a frosty soda and friends who are happiest when they learn to stop comparing apples and oranges. The program ends with Outgrown, a film that takes us on a wild adventure and then back home where we belong.

74 min.

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This event takes place at Rainier Arts Center!

On Sunday, March 8, join Childrens Film Festival Seattle off-site at Rainier Arts Center (3515 S. Alaska St.) for a full day of colorful Closing Day festivities!

Celebrating the festivals globally-minded programs in one of Seattles most diverse neighborhoods, the morning will kick off with your choice of Om Nom Nom or Lift-off  two programs that combine breakfast and a film screening  and then continue throughout the day with films for all ages, intergenerational hands-on workshops, and an awards ceremony!

Finally, the entire festival closes out with a live performance by youth from the School of Spectrum Dance Theater, who will choreograph a routine exclusively in response to the evenings feature film, Moving Stories! Moving Stories follows youth from around the world to showcase the transformative power and universal language of dance.

9:30am Early Breakfast Smörgåsbord (Special Event)  All ages
10:30am Om Nom Nom (Shorts)  All Ages
11:30am Late Breakfast Smörgåsbord (Special Event)  All ages
1:00pm Lift-off (Shorts)  Ages 9+
2:005:00pm drop-in hours Direct Cameraless Animation (Workshop)  All Ages
3:00pm Icing On the Cake (Shorts)  2+
5:00pm Awards Ceremony (Special Event)  All ages
7:00pm Moving Stories Feature Film Screening & Dance Experience  9+

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Short Films in this Program:
Om Nom Nom
(Minato Matsuda, Haruna Ueno & Tomoko Taiga, Japan, animation, 3:16 min, nonverbal) Seattle premiere!

A dinosaur sees a jumping egg and gobbles it up. Soon enough, he realizes his tummy is no match for what was inside!

Summer of the ice age
(Kiyomi Aoyagi, Japan, animation, 2019, 2:05 min, nonverbal)

A boys memory of cream soda in summer.
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Konigiri-Kun Butterfly
(Mari Miyazawa, Japan, animation, 2019, 5 min, nonverbal) West Coast premiere!

Delicious and cute-looking Mr. Konigiri and his bento-box friends chase butterflies.


A Kalabanda Ate My Homework
(Raymon Malinga, Uganda, animation, 2017, 6:24 min, English)

A kalabanda is a mythical animal that is said to haunt schools in Uganda. While it is a bit scary to think about, it also provides an excellent excuse for missing homework.

The Dish Washer
(Katerina Karhankova & Alexandra Majova, Czech Republic, animation, 2019, 7 min, English) Seattle premiere!

A raccoon-for-hire teaches some hungry bears how to clean up a very big stack of dirty dishes.

Good Heart
(Eugenia Zhirkova, Russia, animation, 2018, 5:11 min, nonverbal) West Coast premiere!

In a primeval forest lives a family. All mom wants is for everyone to be full and healthy, and help her with her work! Normally a gloomy and strict mom, she changes on the day her son brings a puppy home.

The Rainbow Giant
(Guo Jun-ming, Taiwan, animation, 2018, 6 min, Mandarin with English subtitles)

A girl journeys into a world of vibrant color, finding tasty treats to make her mother feel better.

Slurp
(Florent Hill, France, live-action, 2019, 4:14 min, mostly nonverbal, brief French with English subtitles) Seattle premiere!

Grandmas table manners drive one boy bananas until he devises a clever fix.

Apples and Oranges
(Rukshana Tabassum, India, live-action, 2019, 22 min, in English with English subtitles) West Coast premiere!

In this fable set in the land of Fruitistan, friends named Daisy and Tulip must find a way to overcome a big difference that has divided their families.

Outgrown
(Huriyyah Muhammad, USA, live-action, 2019, 13 min, English) West Coast premiere!

Reggie and Sam, two kids of the 1990s, find out their favorite hip hop artist will be in town. Reggies mom says no way to going to the concert, but the thick-as-thieves cousins know they can dream up a way to be there.

Location

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


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Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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