This April 22-23, our 12th annual Tumbleweeds Film Festival for Kids returns at the Viridian Event Center in West Jordan! Tumbleweeds Film Festival will open a window to “Our Magical World” with cutting-edge animation, shorts, and feature-length films. This two-day festival will include interactive and enriching workshops taught by professionals in the film industry and free hands-on activities, crafts, and experiences for the whole family!
Aliens Abducted My Parents and Now I Feel Kinda Left Out
Itsy’s new in town and thinks her life is over until she meets her space-obsessed neighbor Calvin, who believes his parents were abducted by aliens. As an aspiring journalist, Itsy decides to write an exposé, but she discovers much more.
Join us for a Q&A after the film with screenwriter Austin Everett to learn about what went into the story of Aliens Abducted My Parents and Now I Feel Kinda Left Out.
My Fairy Troublemaker
10-year-old boisterous Maxie can’t believe her eyes when lovely, little, funky fairy Violetta turns up in her bedroom. With her help, Maxie sees her big dream come true: to return to her grandmother’s house in the countryside. But soon it turns out that Violetta is a magical washout suffering from a serious chocolate addiction…
Pirates Down the Street
The arrival of a pirate family turns boring Sandsborough on its head. Despite their differences, pirate Billy and landlubber Michiel become friends. But when the family’s archenemy appears with a very attractive offer, Billy must choose what is more important: adventure or friendship.
Ama, the daughter of two Senegalese asylum seekers who have to return to their country, feels completely Dutch. When her mother and brother are arrested, Ama has to go and look for her father in Rotterdam. During this exciting journey her totem animal reveals itself: an enormous porcupine.