Louisville Children's Film Festival is a cinematic celebration of the best and brightest in films for children from around the world, including animation, feature length films, short films, and hands-on workshops. LCFF provides a joyous and dynamic program that is centered on the experience of childhood and seeks to inspire younger generations to connect, create and learn.
Short Film Program (45 min)
Doors open at 4pm with a program of short films created by students. These young filmmakers will present their works and hold a Q&A.
One Girl (64 min)
One Girl is a documentary that takes an intimate glimpse into one ordinary day in the lives of four girls from four different countries in the same meridian. The film allows us to see the lives of these girls from South Sudan, Romania, Palestine and Finland. With their innocence and spontaneity, children can show us our differences and similarities, portraying their inner beauty and sometimes their hard challenges. They teach us to be more sympathetic with “others” and give us a better understanding of our world. In Arabic, Romanian, Finnish, Juba Arabic, English, with English subtitles. Ages 11+
Content advisory: Child marriage is a topic of the film, marital relations are discussed in a non-graphic way.
DATE: Friday, February 28
TIME: 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
VENUE: Baxter Avenue Theatres
TICKETS: $10.00 + ($2.20 fee) = $12.20
*NO REFUNDS ACCEPTED.
All proceeds benefit LCFF! For more information about us visit: https://www.louisvillechildrensfilm.org/
Your purchased tickets are considered a Tax Deductible Donation.