Children's Film Festival Seattle 2022

Promise to the Planet (Ages 11+)

Expired February 21, 2022 7:59 AM
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9 films in package
A little girl lives in a village with her mother where water sources are dwindling by the day, affecting the girl's family and community as well as their surrounding natural environment. Still, she never loses hope.
Cool For You
With some help from different characters and families, animals and plants, children are introduced to the concept of global warming, and given positive, easy ways to improve our impact on the earth.
Patouille and the Parachute Seeds
Patouille is a little creature who lives in harmony with the plants. With his friend Momo, he discovers the amazing features of plants.
Bad Bugs
10-year-old animator Bryn Wright made this claymation film about one of her passions: the importance of using "natural solutions for your bug problems."
Packing a Wave
A shipwrecked girl washes ashore on what at first seems to be a paradisaical desert island. After waking up, she explores the island and discovers that it is heaped with garbage. The tide is dragging tons of plastic to the shore, contaminating local habitat; she cannot turn a blind eye.
World and Me
A boy faces the difficulty of choosing between his personal needs and the demands of a perishing nature.
The Living Sea
Twelve-year-old scuba diver Ema sets out on a quest to find out why corals around the globe are dying, but are somehow more resilient in Hong Kong.
Kāhuli (Beloved Hawaiian Land & Tree Snails), once adorned native Hawaiian Forests abundantly. Over 750 species were documented through chants & folklore. Legends proclaim these tiny jewels would whistle, trill & chirp. Today less than 40 species survive.
One Planet
An inspiring music video by Dandora Music and Connect4Climate that encourages us to take care of our one and only planet.
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This collection of animated and live-action films explore the beauty of our Earth and emphasize the importance of taking care of our natural home.

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A little girl lives in a village with her mother where water sources are dwindling by the day. The drought affects her imagination; even her doodles and drawings. And besides the people of the village, the drought also affects the nature and wildlife. Still, the little girl never loses hope.

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    Mahmut Taş