THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED!!!
We apologize for any inconvenience but have decided to delay this event until after the summer shoot.  We feel it is a higher priority at this time to finish shooting the film. Again we are sorry for any trouble this may have caused.  If you have any questions please contact us.  Events will resume after the Summer Shoot.  Thank you!

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Star Kids Preview at the SIFF Film Center 

Featuring "Star Kids: The Beginning"

  • Showing: Sunday, July 8th, 2:00 PM (Postponed)
  • Running Time: 40 Minutes
  • Theater: SIFF Film Center in Seattle Center 305 Harrison St. 

2:00 PM film begins 3:00 PM after-party




Tickets: $25 for 2

Previously screened at the SIFF Uptown Theater in May, Star Kids:The Beginning is a short film compilation of the first two episodes of the Star Kids film series that is currently in production.  Star Kids is a sci-fi/fantasy children’s film about four extraordinary kids who must discover who they are in order to save the world from ultimate destruction. With the help of a few special powers,  many challenges and friends along the way, the children undergo individual transformations that empower them on their journey to save the world!  

 
Filmed in Seattle and the beautiful Pacific Northwest, Star Kids is designed to help  kids deal with negative influences by teaching positive values and the benefits of working together to reach a common goal.


The film is a project of the Dream Power Foundation, a non-profit organization that supports and educates at-risk youth by exposing them to artistic experiences such as trips, educational classes, and other projects like Star Kids.  At the heart of the film is the idea that kids are the most vulnerable to the influences of negative media.  The Star Kids Project attempts to first address this expanding social problem by creating a children’s film aimed at combating the negative influences of media. Secondly, and perhaps most importantly, the Star Kid’s crew consists of kids from a local internship program that pairs Seattle teens with films students from local film schools.

  
All proceeds from the showing of this film benefit the continuing production and distribution of the film to kids. 


Join us on July 8th to celebrate Star Kids with food and fun!  The film shows at 2:00 p.m. The after-party begins at 3:00 p.m. For more information contact the Dream Power Foundation at (206) 905-8398 or starkids@mydreampower.com