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ART SNOBBERY

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ART SNOBBERY is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 5-12
6 minutes
VIDEO
ROBERT SMITH
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I like this film! It was produced by a group of students during a filmmaking camp and has a very simple story line that many audiences can enjoy. The story addresses the often-debated opinion of art being subjective. The personalities of the actors match the purpose of the plot quite well. Also, the film's set is accurate to what many real-life galleries look like.

Art Snobbery shows a group of young students that visit a museum to see a display of a guest artist's work. Little do they know that they have set the bar too high and they may be disappointed by what they see.

The concept is what makes the movie great. The cinematography is well done, with interesting angles. I like the young actors who portrays the guest artist. He has an overly dramatic and sophisticated personality, which I found entertaining. The other kids in the cast are equally believable. Their delivery of their lines made me laugh out loud. Well that, plus the "artwork", which are mostly squiggles on paper. This really has a great tongue-in-cheek presentation, yet makes a good point at the same time. I think it could definitely be a wonderful discussion starter with a youth audience about the "subjectivity of art'

The message is that varying opinions make for a debate that can go many different ways.

I recommend Art Snobbery for the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival and give it 4 out of 5 stars. It is most suitable for ages 5 to 12.

Reviewed by Ruby A., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic and Julie S., KIDS FIRST! Adult Juror.

I like this film! It was produced by a group of students during a filmmaking camp and has a very simple story line that many audiences can enjoy. The story addresses the often-debated opinion of art being subjective. The personalities of the actors match the purpose of the plot quite well. Also, the film's set is accurate to what many real-life galleries look like.

Art Snobbery shows a group of young students that visit a museum to see a display of a guest artist's work. Little do they know that they have set the bar too high and they may be disappointed by what they see.

The concept is what makes the movie great. The cinematography is well done, with interesting angles. I like the young actors who portrays the guest artist. He has an overly dramatic and sophisticated personality, which I found entertaining. The other kids in the cast are equally believable. Their delivery of their lines made me laugh out loud. Well that, plus the "artwork", which are mostly squiggles on paper. This really has a great tongue-in-cheek presentation, yet makes a good point at the same time. I think it could definitely be a wonderful discussion starter with a youth audience about the "subjectivity of art'

The message is that varying opinions make for a debate that can go many different ways.

I recommend Art Snobbery for the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival and give it 4 out of 5 stars. It is most suitable for ages 5 to 12.

Reviewed by Ruby A., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic and Julie S., KIDS FIRST! Adult Juror.

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