Bamse and the Witch's Daughter

as part of Children's Film Festival Seattle  
Film 
Jan
28
Film

Bamse and the Witch's Daughter

as part of Children's Film Festival Seattle

11am

This event is co-presented by the Nordic Heritage Museum as part of Children's Film Festival Seattle.

Bamse and the Witch's Daughter is having its US premiere! Sweden's most popular comic book character, the world’s strongest bear Bamse, is back for another film adventure! In this charming animated tale, Croesus Vole finds gold in the beavers' dam. To demolish the dam and get the gold, he tricks the witch's daughter, Lova, to conjure away Bamse. With Bamse gone, it's up to the children to save the dam and Bamse — but first, they must learn to get along with each other! Full of magic and lessons, this film celebrates friendship, tolerance, and love of the environment. 

(Maria Blom and Christian Ryltenius, Sweden, animation, 2016, 65 min, in Swedish with English subtitles)

For ages 5+

Cost: $7 for Museum and Northwest Film Forum members; $9 for children, students, and seniors;  $12 general admission

​For ticketing information, click here!

 

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