Children's Film Festival Seattle 2021

Indomitable (Ages 9+)

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The kids in these films won’t take no for an answer as they solve puzzles, heal their hearts and even change the course of history. These films, too, are about unbreakable family bonds, with the making of one of the films, Saving Amelia, being a family affair that was filmed during the pandemic. Inspired by The Goonies, Back to the Future, and other adventure classics, this film has a surprise ending that will make you smile, and wish that it was true!

For ages 9+

Total running time: 75 min.

Content warning: Saving Amelia was made during the pandemic and references it lightly through news coverage overheard by the characters. Both Talia and Fishbowl are uplifting films about friendship, but touch on serious issues including grief and loneliness. The last film in this program, The Last Supper, is about a child who must chase down his family’s dinner, a turkey. This film may not be suitable for those who do not eat meat or who are sensitive to the idea of animals being eaten, which is why it is placed last in the program.

The endlessly curious Talia defies her father to explore the world beyond her front garden. Soon, she discovers that the lady next door has a garden where she feels at peace. Together, the neighbors learn that they share a similar sorrow, and that their friendship makes everything better.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    10 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
    United Kingdom
  • Premiere
    West Coast
  • Note
    English captions
  • Director
    Cara Bamford