The 4th Annual Alki Kindergarten Film Festival will feature the short films of students at the Admiral Theater on February 28 starting promptly at 6:15pm (Doors open at 6pm).

REMINDER: Alki Kindergarten Film Festival will show student talent on Feb. 28


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The 4th Annual Alki Kindergarten Film Festival featuring the actual short films conceived and created by students will be held Thursday, Feb. 28 at the Admiral Theater. Showtime is 6:15pm, doors open at 6pm. The theater is located at 2343 California Ave. SW.

The brainchild of teacher Terry Kegel and through his efforts plus that of Alexis Boeger and Stevie Kramer the festival will display the work of more than 70 students. Most films last approximately 30 seconds with a few longer ones.

This year the festival is featuring the WORLD PREMIERE of…

“When My Mommy Saw Seaweed”
“The Day I Fell Off My Scooter”
“I Farted on the Plane”
and many more!

Each film reflects ideas and experiences the students chose to write about and many feature their own artwork. Kegel assembled all the films, originally captured on iPod Touch devices, did all the editing and produced a film trailer for the festival.

Donors Choose provided a grant for the acquisition of the gear.

The event is free (or one penny if you purchase your ticket in advanceJ; the kids can keep the pennies). Admiral Theater will be offering a special deal – one small popcorn and one small drink, so bring cash if you are interested in that.

Seating is limited for the public since so many parents and family members will be in attendance and the capacity of the Admiral is 345 people.

The festival will be over at approximately 7:45pm.

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