CFFS 2018 – Caleidoscopio de Sueños
$12 General Admission
$9 Seniors (65+) / Children / Students
$7 NWFF Members
Co-presented with the Seattle Latino Film Festival!
These films from Spain, Mexico and Argentina will fill up your senses with color, light, sound, and the beautiful music of the Spanish language. Perfect for fluent speakers and language learners alike, with stories about friends, families, adventure, and love of nature.
The Earth at My Hands: Without Bees
Mara is afraid of bees, until she learns how important they are to food and life on Earth.
(Nicolás Conte, Argentina, animation, 2016, 4:24 min, Spanish with English subtitles
The Earth at My Hands: Dirty Air
Mara discovers the effects of acid rain produced by air pollution and begins to use her bike to save the environment. Watch the trailer >
(Nicolás Conte, Argentina, animation, 2016, 4:24 min, Spanish with English subtitles)
Elena and the Shadows
Elena is alone in her world, until Felix befriends her and shows her how to access other universes.
(Cesar Cepeda, Mexico, animation, 2016, 7:33 min, nonverbal)
North American premiere!
Tito, a blind boy from the city, goes on the adventure of his life with a little girl from the countryside. Together, they will use all their senses to find their way home.
(Samy Natsheh and Arly Jones, Spain, animation, 2017, 19 min, Spanish with English subtitles)
Pieces of the Jigsaw Puzzle
Yola’s life changes completely with the arrival of her brother Rodrigo, who has cerebral palsy. Together, day by day, they forge a bond of incredible closeness.
(Raúl “Robin” Morales Reyes, Mexico, animation, 2016, 28 min, Spanish with English subtitles)
Content advisory: “Pieces of the Jigsaw Puzzle” deals with bullying and discrimination due to disability.