CFFS 2018 – Trésors Cachés
$12 General Admission
$9 Seniors (65+) / Children / Students
$7 NWFF Members
Co-presented with Agence consulaire de France à Seattle and Alliance Française de Seattle!
Indulge your love of the French language and vibrant animation in this jewel box filled with animation. These films from France, Belgium and Switzerland are filled with tall tales, vibrant colors, magnificent animals, and words that will sound like music to your ears.
Seattle premiere! A penguin thinks his home is too icy, so he takes off for the tropics.
(Pascale Hecquet, France/Belgium, animation, 2016, 5:19 min, French, with English subtitles)
A Bit Lost
Little Owl has fallen from his nest, but with the help of a furry friend, he can still find his Mummy!
(Helene Ducrocq, France, animation, 2017, 5 min, French, with English subtitles)
The Roundy Belly Wolf
A round-bellied wolf is always hungry, until he finds a smart new way to finally fill his stomach.
(Marion Jamault, Belgium, animation, 2016, 3:46 min, French, with English subtitles)
West Coast premiere!
One day, a little king was walking in the forest of his little kingdom and spied an extraordinary creature, white as snow and fast as the wind…
(Remi Durin, France/Belgium, animation, 2016, 13 min, French, with English subtitles)
The Wind in the Reeds
West Coast premiere!
Eliette, lives in a country where music has been banned by the king, makes friends with a minstrel who has had his instruments confiscated. Together they lead a rebellion against tyranny.
(Nicolas Liguori and Arnaud Demuynck, France/Belgium/Switzerland, animation, 2016, 26 min, French, with English subtitles)
Jacqueline Auriol, a famed French pilot, remembers one of the most exhilarating days of her long life.
(Perrine Renard, Laura Viver Canal, Gaël Chauvet, Jacques Leyreloup and Victor Tolila, France, animation, 2016, 7 min, French, with English subtitles)
Content advisory: the English subtitles of “The Roundy Belly Wolf” contain one mildly coarse word. “The Aviator” contains a short dream sequence of a plane falling which might be too intense for some sensitive viewers. It is purposefully put last in the program so that those who wish to leave after the film, “The Wind in the Reeds,” may do so.