Children’s Film Festival Seattle 2013 Day 4: Caleidoscopio: Film from Latin America
The internationally lauded Children’s Film Festival Seattle returns to Asia Society Texas Center for more films overflowing with adventure and glee, wonder and magic. Now in its 8th year, the Festival has become one of the largest and most respected film festivals dedicated to children and their families. This year, curator Elizabeth Shepherd and her colleagues have created feasts for the eyes that take us from China to Colombia.
Take a live action and animated journey to beaches, back roads, jungles and bustling cities throughout Latin America. Get ready to encounter exuberant kids, luminous magic, lively music and surprise endings.
Ages 8 and up. Four films, in Portuguese and Spanish, with English subtitles. Suitable for younger children, depending on reading skills or language comprehension. Running time: 70 minutes.
Co-presented by the Caleidoscopio de Sueños Festival, Bogotá, Colombia.
- King Gaston. Dir: Diogo Viegas, Brazil.
- Calling Quilombola. Dir: David Reeks, Brazil.
- The Hat of Happiness. Dir: Ana Mazhari, Colombia.
- Luminaris. Dir: Juan Pablo Zaramella, Argentina.
- Quique’s Güiro. Dir: Julio Benito Cabrera, Puerto Rico.
- Missing. Dir: Cristian Wiesenfeld, Chile/Germany.
- The Homework. Dir: Biviana Márquez, Colombia.
- The End of School Recess. Dir: Vinicius Mazzon and Nélio Spréa, Brazil.
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Video: Trailer for Film Featured in Caleidoscopio
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