Kids Film Festival: Shorts from Around the World

• What we’ll do
Join us Saturday, March 3rd at the Laurelhurst Theater during the Kids Film Festival for the Portland big screen premiere of Kids’ Short Films from Around the World. Filmmaker Q&A to follow.

Films Selected:
Love Ella by Kat Alex 7m
The Baboon Jungle by Par Olsson 2m
The Facility by Street Kids 11m
Chinese Food: A love Song by Marcy Sacks 3m
Mime Doesn’t Pay by Ella McKeon 3m
Erin’s Guide to Kissing Girls by Julianna Notten 14.5m
Pencil Power by Esme Morgan 1m
Doctor by Yavuz Üçer 10m

Saturday, March 3rd
Show starts at 1:15pm! Doors open at 12:30pm.
Laurelhurst Theater
$3 – All proceeds benefit Portland Film Festival. Additional donations welcome.
Minors permitted with parent/guardian
Tickets available at the door

• What to bring

• Important to know
Tickets are $3: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/kids-short-films-from-around-the-world-tickets-43664526775

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