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STAR BRIGHT

What to know: Magical animated short filmr from Spain about two friends on a dreamlike adventure.
STAR BRIGHT is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 2-5
7 minutes
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tar Bright is a magical animated short film from Spain about two friends on a dream-like adventure. I like the animation which is done in a classic style with beautiful vibrant colors complemented by a soft, gentle trance like musical score. This is ideal to a younger audience as it will captivate their attention. The cute characters, colorful landscape and soft music all take place in the ideal timeframe of seven minutes.

This storyline tells the tale of a little girl and her favorite teddy bear as they embark on a wonderful adventure through a magical forest where they share memories which lead them to make an interesting new friend.

Every little girl has a favorite teddy. This film is nostalgic as it reminds me of my friendship with my own teddy rabbit. When I was younger we used to go on many magical adventures together. I enjoyed the old style animation which is beautifully smooth and modern. The little girl wears a cute little dress and the bear is humanized by his little paper hat. They go from a cute, cozy bedroom to an imaginary, magical forest filled with dream colors and fantastical creatures.

The story is told by the music. For example, when the friends are flying the music is happy, light and bouncy with a quick tempo. When the bear feels left out the music slows down to convey a sad emotion. Truly the music helps make the magical forest come to life. My favorite part of the film is when they send all the pictures flying up to a star, which gives off a realistic vibrant glow. The animation style gives real depth to the scene bringing a 3D feel to 2D animation.

The message of Star Bright is that true friendship can never be broken and that it is okay to have other friends.

I give Star Bright 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 2 to 5. It is a family friendly film and would fit well in a KIDS FIRST! Film Festival. Reviewed by Katie F., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic

tar Bright is a magical animated short film from Spain about two friends on a dream-like adventure. I like the animation which is done in a classic style with beautiful vibrant colors complemented by a soft, gentle trance like musical score. This is ideal to a younger audience as it will captivate their attention. The cute characters, colorful landscape and soft music all take place in the ideal timeframe of seven minutes.

This storyline tells the tale of a little girl and her favorite teddy bear as they embark on a wonderful adventure through a magical forest where they share memories which lead them to make an interesting new friend.

Every little girl has a favorite teddy. This film is nostalgic as it reminds me of my friendship with my own teddy rabbit. When I was younger we used to go on many magical adventures together. I enjoyed the old style animation which is beautifully smooth and modern. The little girl wears a cute little dress and the bear is humanized by his little paper hat. They go from a cute, cozy bedroom to an imaginary, magical forest filled with dream colors and fantastical creatures.

The story is told by the music. For example, when the friends are flying the music is happy, light and bouncy with a quick tempo. When the bear feels left out the music slows down to convey a sad emotion. Truly the music helps make the magical forest come to life. My favorite part of the film is when they send all the pictures flying up to a star, which gives off a realistic vibrant glow. The animation style gives real depth to the scene bringing a 3D feel to 2D animation.

The message of Star Bright is that true friendship can never be broken and that it is okay to have other friends.

I give Star Bright 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 2 to 5. It is a family friendly film and would fit well in a KIDS FIRST! Film Festival. Reviewed by Katie F., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic

Emmy (5 years old) has always dreamed of flying through the stars with his best friend GooRoo, the giant bear. A starry night, GooRoo and Emmy make acquaintance with a lovely tiny star that will help them learn about the nature of their friendship and how our dreams are sometimes closer than we thought. (From Spain)
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