National Film Festival for Talented Youth | Seattle Youth Film Festival | Student Film Festival

Bring The Kids

Saturday April 27, 1:30 pm

SIFF Uptown 1
511 Queen Anne Avenue North

Skip the Saturday morning cartoons and bring the whole family to explore the magical world of all-ages cinema! Inspire your kids with these films made by talented young filmmakers their age!

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BrokenWing

Broken Wing

Amos Sussigan – Age 22
Nikitha Mannam – Age 22
California

Keller and Hawking are best friends with extremely different personalities. One is energetic and confident, and the other is clumsy and unhappy. However, time passes and a life-changing experience switches their roles. In a journey through childhood memories, Keller uses a Rubik’s cube to motivate his best friend to see the brighter side of life.

KillerApp

Killer App

Elizabeth Herrick – Age 13
Florida

A young girl has a problem when her father asks her to do some yardwork.

Abracadabra

Abracadabra!

Catriona Warren – Age 11
Australia

A hapless magician finally gets a trick right – but its the one that lands him in the most trouble.

GreatMimesThinkAlike

Great Mimes Think Alike

Michael Vitz-Wong – Age 16
Kiana Wyld – Age 16
Will Slater – Age 16
Washington

A visual story depicting the competition of working as a mime. A mime is working on the street when his audience leaves him for an opposing mime across the street.

GrowthRay

Growth Ray

Kyle Jensen – Age 9
Washington

When young Bryce is bullied, he creates a growth ray to make himself bigger. But his plan goes horribly wrong, and his invention threatens the whole city.

TheAmulet

The Amulet

Jeremy Basset – Age 11
California

A boy discovers an amulet that affords him magical powers. This new gift causes him to struggle with his own conscience.

1111

11:11

Estevan Mota – Age 18
Missouri

Young boy is facing a terminal illness but has faced his future.  He wants his friend to be as secure as he is.

LookUp

Look Up

Jake Oleson – Age 17
Amanda Prager – Age 16
New Jersey

Everyone has dreams, but sometimes we need to let them go. Or better yet, give them to someone else.

TheProdigalSon

The Prodigal Son

Hannah Holtgeerts – Age 15
Henry Holtgeerts- Age 15
Washington

A short film adaption of the parable of The Prodigal Son, shot on location at Tall Timber Ranch, retold and acted out by primary school campers.

WhileWereAsleep

While We’re Asleep

Reel Grrls – 17-19
Washington

A short youth-produced film where kids are the experts in explaining and exploring the world of dreams.

PostRemembrance

Post Remembrance

Cosi Elwes – Age 15
Hana Kateman – Age 15
Danielle Stolz – Age 15
California

A mysterious letter causes strangers to relive precious memories.

JohnAdams

John Adams

Kris Theorin – Age 15
Pennsylvania

A beautiful homage to the relationship of John and Abigail Adams created through the use of letters written between them through the years.  The letters being read were written by the students involved in the project in the spirit of letters written at the time.

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