Sweet and Spectacular Youth-Made Films Now on View at NFFTY

A still from Nicholas Carignan's "Finger Food," featured at NFFTY

It's time once again for the National Film Festival for Talented Youth! Started by Seattle's Jesse Harris (a highly talented youth himself), NFTTY has swiftly become the largest youth film festival in the world. This year, NFFTY will showcase 200 films (culled from a record-breaking 700 submissions) from 20 countries, all directed by auteurs 22 and younger. The lineup includes work by more than 30 local filmmakers, including 14-year-old Ben Kadie, a film fanatic from Bellevue who has competed annually in NFFTY since he was 9 years-old.

Check out NFFTY's nifty trailer for this year's fest, below. The movies look amazing!

 

NFFTY runs through 5/1. Times, prices and venues vary. 206.905.8400; nffty.org

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