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TEST FLIGHT

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TEST FLIGHT is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 5-12
3 minutes
VIDEO
EMMA FREW
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The animated short film Test Flight is wonderfully warm and exciting. With exceptional music and direction, the theme of perseverance is so brilliantly executed through director Emma Momoko Frew's excellent style. The colors are vibrant and the characters are all around adorable!

The storyline follows a bunny witch who attempts to get her vegetable-themed broomstick to fly with the help of an already successful friend.

I love this story. Although predictable at times, it is an excellent way to present a powerful theme about not giving up to young people. The flying sequences at the end are wonderfully executed, especially the attention to detail. The costumes are vibrant and colorful, suiting the story well. The backgrounds are simple, yet helpful in creating a realistic magical environment for the characters. The music is so alive and exciting. I love the welcoming and inviting tones and sounds. Another standout are the colors and animation by Kia Kortelainen, Loren Bugyi, Ishaan Thompson and Kyle Bullock. It adds a lively element to the story. My favorite part is the funny side character that is already a successful witch. He adds humor to the story and is supportive of the protagonist.

The message of Test Flight is to not give up and keep trying to reach your greatest purpose and potential.

I give Test Flight 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it to ages 5 to 10, plus adults. It is creative and clever and would be fun for any film festival for youth and families. Reviewed by Erin M., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic

The animated short film Test Flight is wonderfully warm and exciting. With exceptional music and direction, the theme of perseverance is so brilliantly executed through director Emma Momoko Frew's excellent style. The colors are vibrant and the characters are all around adorable!

The storyline follows a bunny witch who attempts to get her vegetable-themed broomstick to fly with the help of an already successful friend.

I love this story. Although predictable at times, it is an excellent way to present a powerful theme about not giving up to young people. The flying sequences at the end are wonderfully executed, especially the attention to detail. The costumes are vibrant and colorful, suiting the story well. The backgrounds are simple, yet helpful in creating a realistic magical environment for the characters. The music is so alive and exciting. I love the welcoming and inviting tones and sounds. Another standout are the colors and animation by Kia Kortelainen, Loren Bugyi, Ishaan Thompson and Kyle Bullock. It adds a lively element to the story. My favorite part is the funny side character that is already a successful witch. He adds humor to the story and is supportive of the protagonist.

The message of Test Flight is to not give up and keep trying to reach your greatest purpose and potential.

I give Test Flight 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it to ages 5 to 10, plus adults. It is creative and clever and would be fun for any film festival for youth and families. Reviewed by Erin M., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic

A bunny witch attempts to get her vegetable themed broomstick to fly.
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