Hey, LGBTQ+ parents and parents of LGBTQ+ kids, the 18th annual Seattle Children’s Film Festival has a shorts program for YOU! That’s in addition to all of its other terrific programs for kids and families.
The popular festival runs February 3rd through the 12th at Northwest Film Forum and as usual, they’ve programmed an array of “fantastical films, wondrous workshops, and spectacular special events!” On February 4th, they’ll have an in-person screening of The Colors of Community
These films celebrate diverse expressions of gender and sexuality and how they can be discovered within and affirmed by strong relationships with family, friends, and communities.
** Co-presented with Three Dollar Bill Cinema! **
Step into a world of fantasy and fairytale at the 2023 Children’s Film Festival Seattle! Don’t miss the The Colors of Community screening on Feb. 4 at 4PM as well as virtually Feb 3-12. These films showcase diverse expressions of gender and sexuality. Through these positive, sincere, and sympathetic portrayals of LGBTQ+ members, we hope to build a healthy and nurturing community. Learn more about The Colors of Community
The festival has also announced that their special opening night film will be the Oscar nominated film from Portland’s own Laika Studios: MISSING LINK!
More on that film:
This event is accompanied by two very special guests: Writer and Director Chris Butler, and Head of Practical Effects Oliver Jones, will both be in attendance to answer audience questions after the film!
To snag tickets to Missing Link go here: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/5698554