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CFFS 2020 [Online] - Home Sweet Home (Ages 7+)
Northwest Film Forum
Seattle, WA
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CFFS 2020 [Online] - Home Sweet Home (Ages 7+)
Thu May 14: 1.00pm PDT
(2pm Denver / 3pm Chicago / 4pm NY)
Sat May 16: 1.00pm PDT
(2pm Denver / 3pm Chicago / 4pm NY)

Sliding scale admission: $0-25. Please pay what you can; proceeds support our move to a virtual platform!

HOW TO WATCH
- Register for a ticket through Brown Paper Tickets in advance of the listed showtime (PDT). Registration ends 1 hour before the start time.
- 30 minutes before the screening, NWFF will send a link and password to your registered e-mail address! (Dont see it? Check your spam filter.) The password will expire at the end of the program. No late seating!
- If by showtime you do not receive an e-mail with details, please contact louie@nwfilmforum.org for a quick follow-up. (But please, check your spam!)

Festival - Childrens Film Festival Seattle 2020 [Online]

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Ages 7+

Home is the center of every kids universe, and family is the gravity that keeps their feet on the ground. This eye-popping program begins and ends with two short documentaries from personal perspectives that show us how there is no place like home.

68 min.

** Content advisory: Three films (Home Sweet Home,Billie and The Kite) deal in a sensitive way with how grandparents can grow old and die, with affirming messages of how children always carry their grandparents love with them throughout their lives. **

Short Films in this Program:
I Love Everything
(José Mestenapéo, Inuit Nation, live-action doc, 2017, 3 min, in French with English subtitles)

José, who is 8, takes us on a guided tour of Nutashkuan, showing us all that he loves.


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

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


Good Heart
(Eugenia Zhirkova, Russia, animation, 2018, 5:11 min, nonverbal)

In a primeval forest lives a primitive 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 Dust
(Dace Riduze, Latvia, animation, 2018, 13 min, mostly nonverbal, brief Latvian with English subtitles)

High on a shelf in a boys room, some little friends want to come out to brighten up a boring day.


Balance
(Raymond Limantara Sutisna, Singapore, animation, 3:37 min, nonverbal)

Two painters battle it out, each trying to make art in their own style.


Billie
(Mami Yoshikura, UK, animation, 2018, 4 min, nonverbal)

The Labradoodle Billies good life takes a bad turn one morning when her beloved owner doesnt wake up. She is taken to a place she doesnt recognize. She is lonely, but then her life takes a new turn, and she feels frisky and happy again.


Saturdays Apartment
(Jeon Seungbae, Korea, animation, 2018, 7 min, nonverbal) Childrens Film Festival Seattle 2020 Childrens Jury prizewinner!

In an apartment house with five different family members, noise from above and below is a constant struggle. Can there ever be peace?


The Kite
(Martin Smatana, Czech Republic, Poland & Slovakia, animation, 2019, 12:34 min, nonverbal) Childrens Film Festival Seattle 2020 Childrens Jury prizewinner!

A boy learns that his beloved grandpas love will last forever, always lifting him up when he feels low.


Gallery Experience
(Jinghan Tian, China & USA, animation, 2019, 4 min, nonverbal)

A girl has a magical experience while visiting a gallery with dad for the first time.


Home Sweet Home
(Chaitane Conversat, France, animation, 2018, 13 min, in French with English subtitles)

A grandmothers house slowly fills up with boxes full of memories. She and her friends, the bugs, spend each week inventing stories for her granddaughter. As the little girl grows older, the house starts running out of space, and the girl must enlist the bugs to help her.


Londons Home
(Kristen McGregor & Jennifer Treuting, US, live-action doc, 2018, 6:35 min, in English)

When a fire destroys the apartment that nine-year-old London and her family have called home for years, everything is suddenly different. Everyones unharmed, but where will they stay? See how London and her family learn that home means more than having a house.

Location

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

Categories

Online / Streaming / Virtual
Film > Movies

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

Contact

Owner: Northwest Film Forum
On BPT Since: May 27, 2004
 
House Manager
louie@nwfilmforum.org
www.nwfilmforum.org


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