Northwest Film Forum is getting ready to roll out the red carpet for Children's Film Festival Seattle -- the largest international festival of its kind in the Pacific Northwest. This year's 10-day extravaganza will include more than 125 films from 29 countries -- a mind-blowing blend of live performances, animation, features, shorts, historical films and fantastic hands-on workshops, all crafted with care to appeal to the next generation of movie lovers.
I'm pretty excited about this. They are hosting some special events including an opening kick-off party with Parenting Geekly favorite, Caspar Babypants, a viewing of the silent-era Mary Pickford film "The Little Princess" with a live score, a screening of animation from China and a Pancake/short film smorgasboard.
For more information please visit the festival's website here.