Bring The Kids
Saturday, April 29, 2017
Uptown Cinema 1
ADULT: $12 | YOUTH: $11 | GROUP: $10
Fun for the whole family! Skip the Saturday morning cartoons and strap the kids in the minivan! It's time to explore the magical world of all-ages cinema. Broaden the creative minds of your whole family with these films made by talented young filmmakers from near and far. Come tired, leave inspired!
Alejandro Lombard - 11
A story of friendship and courage, a young boy is forced to grow up and face his fears when he realizes his friend is not always going to be there for him.
Grace Dzieciuch - 18, Ryan Campbell - 19, Nicole McInerney - 18, Jacob Carver - 18, Henry Holtgeerts - 18
A boy leaves his best friend and his childhood memories behind in the process of moving away to another town.
Philip Alvy - 23, Cody Mathieson Packer - 24
A skittish middle school outcast dreams of becoming a television anchor, but suffers from speaking anxiety. He must retreat into his mind and seek help from his favorite talk show host to overcome his fears.
Reagan Yorke - 15
When an unexpected accident on the soccer field causes Danny's life to change forever, he is supported by family and friends as he not only copes with paralysis, but proves to others that he can beat anything.
Gema Ceron - 18, Sylvia Colt-Lacayo - 15, Kideok Kwon - 16
As a young woman in a wheelchair, Sylvia faces many obstacles on a daily basis. In this short film, she shares her personal experience of ableism.
Ali Nidzgorski - 22, Taylor Camarot - 23
A young girl is visiting the doctor's office with her mother. When boredom ensues, she finds a way to entertain herself at the expense of another.
Lasse Hvidfeldt Freiesleben Laursen - 16
The grumpy teenager, Chris, refuses to play with his annoying little brother. However as he walks through the house, he starts finding his inner kid.
Chelsea Eisen - 16
An adaptation of Dr. Seuss's "Daisy Head Mayzie", where a flower grows out of a young girl's head, and through her adventures she discovers her independence.