REDCAT International Children’s Film Festival | Day Six

REDCAT International Children’s Film Festival

Presented in partnership with Northwest Film Forum


REDCAT rolls out the red carpet for a mind-expanding collection of short film programs, each crafted with care to appeal to the next generation of movie-lovers. Inspiring, magical works made by acclaimed filmmakers and up-and-coming auteurs alike take you on a celluloid ride around the globe. Experience enchanting programs for tiny tots, chills and thrills for adventurous older viewers, and films sure to inspire the whole family.


12:00 pm | Tally Ho: Films that Fly High

Take a magic carpet ride around the world with animated films that are fast-paced, funny and full of adventure.

  • Wonderful Day Nils Skapans, Latvia
  • Ormie Rob Silvestri, Canada
  • Stoneflies Anne Walther, Germany
  • Tally Ho, Pancake! Kai Pannen, Germany
  • A World Without Numbers Mitchell Rose, USA
  • Mobile Verena Fels, Germany
  • Marcel the Shell with Shoes On Dean Fleischer-Camp, USA
  • Lost and Found Philip Hunt, UK

All ages. Running time: 76 min

One film in German with English subtitles.

(Also screening on March 26, 12:00 pm)



1:30 pm | Indigenous Showcase

This program curated by Tracy Rector of Longhouse Media is a journey of discovery and celebration, spotlighting emerging talents from indigenous communities around the world.

  • It’s Always a Good Day to be Indigenous Native Lens, Intertribal/USA
  • The TV SuperfFy Filmmaking–Group 2, Intertribal/USA
  • The Story of Priest Point Native Lens/Tulalip Heritage School, USA
  • Two Worlds Inside Out SuperFly Animation Group, Intertribal/USA
  • Dancers of the Grass Melanie Jackson, Saulteaux/ Canada
  • Button Blanket Zoe L. Hopkins, Mohawk/Canada
  • How People Got Fire Daniel Janke, Canada
  • The Visit Lisa Jackson, Ojibwe/Canada
  • Little Thunder Nance Ackerman and Alan Syllboy, Mi’kmaq/Canada
  • Kid Tales Ricardo Barahona, El Salvador
  • Why We Play Basketball Native Lens, Coast Salish/ USA
  • Mokopuna Ainsley Gardner, Maori/New Zealand

Ages 9 and up. Running time: 55 minutes

(Also screening on April 2, 1:30 pm)



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Funded in part with generous support from the George and Marylou Boone Fund for artistic advancement and Nickelodeon.

Funded in part with generous support from the George and Marylou Boone Fund for artistic advancement and Nickelodeon.

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Date/Time G ST CA
Sun 4.10.11 12:00 pm $5 $5 $5
Sun 4.10.11 1:30 pm$5$5$5

G - General Audience

M - REDCAT Members

ST - Students

CA - CalArts Students/Faculty/Staff