RICFF: Beyond the Rainbow

RICFF: Beyond the Rainbow

Presented in partnership with Northwest Film Forum

Enter a beautifully animated wonderland of timeless tales, fables and fantastic yarns. You’ll meet two kittens who conjure magic, creatures who live in a world made of wool, a place in the woods where friendly monsters live, a gnome who helps children learn how to behave, and a cyclist who keeps the world spinning around.

 

Woolworld
Joanna Polak, Poland, 2018

Kitten Witch
James Cunningham, New Zealand, 2016

Out Fishing
Uzi Geffenblad, Sweden, 2018

Pepita & Max: an Alpine Blessing for Monsieur Raf
Rahel Ilona Eisenring and Stephanie Knöbl, Switzerland, 2017

Little Red Riding Hood
Martina Holcová, Czech Republic, 2017

Dark, Dark Woods
Emile Gignoux, Denmark, 2017

The Theory of Sunset
Roman Sokolov, Russia, 2017

Perfectly Naughty Kids
Tatiana Kiseleva, Russia, 2018

 

All ages. 61 min.

Most films are nonverbal or in English; one in German and one in Russian with English subtitles.

Content advisory: Fairy tales and fables sometimes explore fears and dangers, but all these films have happy endings! In Dark, Dark Woods, monsters seem a little scary for a few seconds, but really, they are friendly. In The Theory of Sunset, the figure of Death makes an appearance in a non-frightening way. Pepita and Max has content involving religious mythology.

Funded in part with generous support from members of the REDCAT Circle and REDCAT Council.

    

Media Sponsors: KCRW, LA Weekly, 89.3KPCC, Los Angeles Times

Associated Images: 

Date/TimeG/M/ST/CA
SAT 6/8
1:30 pm
$5
SAT 6/22
3:00 pm
$5
SUN 6/23
1:30 pm
$5

G - General Audience

M - REDCAT Members

ST - Students

CA - CalArts Students/Faculty/Staff