TUMBLEWEEDS ONLINE FILM PROGRAM, MAY 20-29

May 20 to May 29
Pay what you can
Online via Eventive
May 21 at 2:00 pm
$6 for Saturday Day Pass
Mid-Valley Performing Arts Center

The Strangest Girl in the World

(La chica más rara del mundo)

Melién is 15 years old and has an incredible imagination. She loves to read mystery books, draw monsters and write horror stories. She is happy with her way of being, even though at school they say she is “The strangest girl in the world”. But, the problem she has is above that, apparently, her drawings are coming to life.

Directed by: Mariano Cattaneo
Film type: Dramatic
Runtime: 82 minutes
Year: 2021
Country: Argentina
Rating: Not Rated
Rating reason: Themes around bullying and some light scary movie moments
Language: Spanish
Subtitles: English
Cast: Gina Mastronicola, Ornella D’Elia, Celina Font, Guido D´Albo, Narella Clausen, Denise Barbara, Xavier Nazar, Julián Marín, Maguí Draiman
Recommended for ages: 10+

Official Selection:

2022 Children's Film Festival Seattle

Whether you love to watch films, want to explore the hands on activities at the Clubhouse, or do both, a day pass is your access to the Festival!

Each day pass includes the following perks: In-person films on a first come, first served basis

  • Clubhouse activities.
  • Free UTA transit to the Festival at Mid-Valley Performing Arts Center in Taylorsville
 

Each member of your group needs a pass to access Tumbleweeds. Workshops require additional registration and fee. 

Choose a Saturday day pass, a Sunday day pass, or both! 

Free screening of Flee at Liberty Park, SLC at 8 pm on July 17.
Get notified when tickets are released for the screening.