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STARRY SKY

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STARRY SKY is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 7-18
11 minutes
VIDEO
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I like the art direction and overall aesthetic of Starry Sky. The storyline follows a child that tries to inspire her artist mother and bring light back into her life.

I like the framing device and the way the story is told. The cinematography is good. I especially enjoy the close ups. The costumes really stand out in the star scenes. These are cute and a little silly. Similar to the costumes, the sets really stand out in the star scenes and I enjoyed them. The background music suits the story and helps support it in a very unobtrusive way. There is a little bit of animation in the star scenes, which is well executed and quite stylized. The actors for Tiam and Arina really feel like a mother and daughter, and that's mostly due to the acting. My favorite part is the creativity executed star scenes.

The message of the film is to be creative and follow your own path.

I give Starry Sky 4 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 7 to 18. It's a wholesome, creative film that is perfect for KIDS FIRST! Film Festivals. Reviewed by Calista B., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic

I like the art direction and overall aesthetic of Starry Sky. The storyline follows a child that tries to inspire her artist mother and bring light back into her life.

I like the framing device and the way the story is told. The cinematography is good. I especially enjoy the close ups. The costumes really stand out in the star scenes. These are cute and a little silly. Similar to the costumes, the sets really stand out in the star scenes and I enjoyed them. The background music suits the story and helps support it in a very unobtrusive way. There is a little bit of animation in the star scenes, which is well executed and quite stylized. The actors for Tiam and Arina really feel like a mother and daughter, and that's mostly due to the acting. My favorite part is the creativity executed star scenes.

The message of the film is to be creative and follow your own path.

I give Starry Sky 4 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 7 to 18. It's a wholesome, creative film that is perfect for KIDS FIRST! Film Festivals. Reviewed by Calista B., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic

An indigo child full of whimsy, trying to convey her uniqueness to her mother.
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