PDX Kids Film Festival: The Best of the Festival's Short Films

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Sun Sep 12, 1 pm
The Lot at Zidell Yards South Waterfront (Portland)
This is an in-person event
$20 - $25
The PDX Kids Film Festival presents a series of wonderfully crafted short films from all over the world. Curated by the PKFF team, the program includes films fit for young audiences spanning from animated to live action to documentary, with a total run time of 80 minutes for short attention spans.
  • Belly Flop (South Africa, Kelly Dillon 2018, 4 minutes 55 seconds) Belly Flop is a short film inspired by perseverance. This is the funny story of Penny, a fearless girl who tries to steal the scene from a talented diver.
  • Little Red Riding Hood (Czech Republic, Martina Holvoca, 2017, 5 minutes) A feisty feminist take on this classic fairy tale.
  • Cat Lake City (Germany, Antje Heyn, 2019, 7 minutes) A cat’s vacation goes wrong when a family of ducks get involved.
  • The Magic Of Chess (United States, Jenny Schweitzer Bell, 2019, 5 min) A documentary about the National Elementary Chess championship.
  • Overboard! (Filip Pošivač & Barbora Valecká, 2019, 12 min.) Kooky Chameleon and cross-eyed Kiwi won’t let a little judgement stop them from making it onto the rescue ark.
  • My Brother, Luca (Carlos Algara & Catalina Serna, 2019, 9 min) When an imaginative little girl discovers that her brother might have superpowers, she sets out on a quest to make sure everyone else sees him as she does.
  • Wash Day (Jaida Salmon, 2019, 2 min) Join Zoey as she goes through her weekly grueling routine of washing and styling her hair.
  • Boriya (France, South Korea Min Sung Ah, 2020, 17 min) Dreamer, dawdler, adventurer, Bori tries her best on a day in the countryside, but with everyone occupied during farming season, she just may get off track.
  • Konigiri-Kun: Butterfly (Mari Miyazawa, 2018, 5 min) Konigiri-Kun wants to keep precious things close, but sometimes the most beautiful thing of all is freedom.

The Lot at Zidell Yards

3030 S Moody Ave Portland, OR 97201 Venue website


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