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2011 PCFF Sneak Peak: EEP!

Take a sneak peak at one of the films showing at the upcoming 2011 Providence Children’s Film Festival. Many more films for all ages will be shown during the festival. Some free and some require paid tickets. For more details and to purchase advance tickets, visit the PCFF website.

SNEAK PEEK: EEP!

Like nothing you have ever seen before, this live action film utilizes limited special effects to create maximum emotional impact. It’s a gentle fable about a sweet bird-girl whose unexpected appearance in the lives of plain old humans inspires many happy discoveries. The bird-girl is played by Kenadie Jourdin-Bromley, who suffers from primordial dwarfism, a rare disease. Not expected to live more than a few days, Kenadie is now 8 years old and an international movie star, featured in a well-regarded documentary and now the star of this wonderful film.

Take a sneak peak at one of the films showing at the upcoming 2011 Providence Children’s Film Festival. Many more films for all ages will be shown during the festival. Some free and some require paid tickets. For more details and to purchase advance tickets, visit the PCFF website.

EEP!Like nothing you have ever seen before, this live action film utilizes limited special effects to create maximum emotional impact. It’s a gentle fable about a sweet bird-girl whose unexpected appearance in the lives of plain old humans inspires many happy discoveries. The bird-girl is played by Kenadie Jourdin-Bromley, who suffers from primordial dwarfism, a rare disease. Not expected to live more than a few days, Kenadie is now 8 years old and an international movie star, featured in a well-regarded documentary and now the star of this wonderful film. Click here to watch trailer: EEP! Trailer

EEP!
Director Mamoru Hosada, (Japan, 2009) / in English / digital projection
Run Time: 80 mins.
Ages: PCFF recommends for Ages 7 and up.
Tickets: Check the PCFF website for scheduling and ticket info.

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Written by Anisa Raoof