Children's Film Festival Seattle 2021

CFFS for Grownups (Ages 15+)

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12 films in package
Sophie & Chanel at Home
A loveseat and a vintage television set navigate the pandemic of 2020 and beyond with patience, a little humor, and a lot of screen time.
Why Slugs Have No Legs
Slugs have a hard time keeping up with the pace of life in the city of insects. When a financial crisis hits, the industrial bees only see one solution.
Hello, My Dears
An old lady loves and waits for her dear relatives. And relatives come. They are a bit strange, but it is only at first glance.
The Covid is a Monster in the Forest
Three young girls who are quarantined try to solve the global pandemic by hunting “The Covid,” a monster that lives in the forest.
The Size of Things
Diego lives with his father in a house that doesn’t have anything in it. One day, Diego spies a small chair in the forest, and brings it home.
Uncle Witold’s Cigarette Case
A film about a little girl and her father’s best friend, who became a special person in her life and left her a precious keepsake.
Out of My Depth
While walking down a beach, a man recalls a traumatic event he was caught up in.
Closed captions available
The Silence of the River
Juan, a nine-year-old Peruvian boy, lives with his silent dad in a floating house on the Amazon River. This idyllic background sets an allegorical journey into the rainforest jungle, where nature, gender, truth and all things begin to reveal the identity of his dad.
The Bird and the Whale
A young whale struggles to find his voice. After straying too far from his family to explore a shipwreck, he discovers its sole survivor – a caged songbird. Lost at sea, they struggle to survive together.
The Boy and the Owl
A young boy lives his life in a magical way, surrounded by the picturesque atmosphere of his village, in this fable about love and the act of letting go.
This is the story of a father, a daughter, and their journey through their memories.
Covid Bach
This free-flowing, stream of consciousness hand-drawn animation, set to J.S. Bach, weaves in and out between abstract and nightmarish visions.
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Who says you have to be a kid to enjoy CFFS? These beautiful and mysterious films are perfect for grownups and older teens, with hand-drawn and hand-knitted animation, strange creatures, tender stories, dark fables, twisted tales and deeply felt stories of love and loss.

For ages 15+

Total running time: 83 min.

A loveseat and a vintage television set navigate the pandemic of 2020 and beyond with patience, a little humor, and a lot of screen time.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    3 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
    United States
  • Premiere
    West Coast
  • Director
    Anna Hrachovec