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5: Children\'s Films [clear filter]
Sunday, July 21
 

10:00am

San Diego Int'l Children's Film Festival - Program 1
Best of Festival, Vol. 1
Various
A collection of favorites from throughout the first 16 years of the festival, including many new short films, animation, and documentaries. (A/L/D) (Global)

Sunday July 21, 2019 10:00am - 11:30am
Room 9

11:30am

San Diego Int'l Children's Film Festival - Program 2
First They Came
Odessa Shlain Goldberg
A moving short film that interweaves images of aftermaths of tragedy with Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” and Martin Niemöller poem “First They Came.” The film earned 16-year-old filmmaker Odessa Shlain Goldberg the top honor in this year’s OUR PRIDE Video Fest competition. (D) (USA)
La Concha Magica
Maria Azellea Ordonez
Everyone needs a little magic now and then. (A) (USA)
The Indiana Cheese Muncher
Zoe Ramos
One quiet night, a penniless, hungry suspect and his mice minions sneak quietly into the cheese store while a police officer is on patrol. Will the officer catch him before the cheese muncher steals all the cheese? (A) (USA)
The Family Blend!
Sebastian Foxworth
The latest from fan favorite Sebastian Foxworth continues the adventures of a funny family that relies on each other, even under comical pressure. (A) (USA)
Rag Dolls
Justin & Kristin Schaack
Playtime goes haywire when a child discovers rag dolls in an antique chest. Her imagination runs wild, but for the dolls’ real-life doppelgangers, self-control is out of their hands. (L) (USA)
Ghost Story
Noelle Betz
Ghosts. They aren’t always what they appear to be. (L) (USA)
Astronaut Starbright
Lana Taylor
Taylor Richardson is a young girl of color who aspires to be an astronaut. Her true story will inspire you. (D) (USA)
Danae
Julio Benito Cabrera
A young artist from Montréal decides to devote her life to making street art murals with children in communities all over the world. (D) (Canada)

Sunday July 21, 2019 11:30am - 1:30pm
Room 9

1:30pm

San Diego Int'l Children's Film Festival - Program 3
Miles Away
Barbara Brunner
Miles is a little boy whose best friend is a tree. (A) (Switzerland)
Polar Opposites
Diana Wey
Can a penguin and polar bear share a single iceberg? (A) (UK)
 
A Day in the Life of a Pig
Hannah Collins
A pig has a daily routine just like the rest of us. (A) (USA)
Ray’s Great Escape
Jie Wang
Ray is a little monster who lives on the edge of a volcano. Time to move. (A) (France)
Dancing in the Rain
Juan Cristiani
Imagination is the rocket power for big dreams. (A) (Uruguay)
Koyaa
Kolja Saksida
On a hot summer day, Koyaa wants to relax in his sunbed. Mr. Raven has plans to interrupt. (A) (Slovenia)
I Am Not a Mouse
Evgenia Golubeva
A little girl’s mother keeps calling her “my little mouse.” That would be fine, except every time her mom calls her that, the girl turns into, you know, a mouse. (A) (UK)
The Symphony of Triangle
Simo Liu
How many shapes are inside a triangle? (A) (USA)
Rosso Papavero
Martin Smatana
One starry night, a boy’s circus dreams come true. (A) (Slovakia)
AEIOUY
Edward Ramsay-Morin
A learning animation for kindergartners produced by students at Sam Houston State University. (A) (USA)
Starlight
Tyler Thompson
An old man who lights the stars of the sky has lost his motivation, and an unknowing little boy may be his only remaining source of light. (A) (USA)

Sunday July 21, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Room 9

3:00pm

San Diego Int'l Children's Film Festival - Program 4
The Wishing Well
Rod Maxwell
One woman's quest for love takes her to a wishing well. An all-time festival favorite making its debut this summer on Amazon. Directed by, starring, and with a special appearance by Rod Maxwell, star of the Syfy Channel series Face Off. (L/A) (USA)
Best of Festival. Vol. 2
Various
Another string of favorites from the last 16 years of the festival to round out the day! (A/L/D) (Global)

Sunday July 21, 2019 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Room 9