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SNOWY HEART

What to know: A creative, joyous short film about a snowman coming to life.
SNOWY HEART is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 3-18
3 minutes
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ALIREZA BIGLARI
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Snowy Heart is a creative, joyous short film about a snowman coming to life. It is unique and heartwarming, as well as being generally cute and entertaining.

The story line begins with a young girl drawing a snowman. We see her react as her snowman waves and blinks on the paper. Then, she looks outside to see that her drawing has come to life right outside her window!

The story is quite simple, has a nice flow and is very positive and uplifting. It is only three minute long, and is well written and delivers a cheerful winter theme.

The visuals are well done. There are a limited number of shots, of course. Only so much that can happen in such a short film. It is a combination of a live action and animation. The girl, her room and the house are all live action, but the snowman on the paper and the snowman outside are all animated. This is creative and definitely adds a lot to the film. This combination is one of the best parts of this film, especially since the snowman animation is colorfully detailed and amazingly cute. The locations match the story perfectly - the girl's room and the front yard. The window looking out at the snow and showing the audience how beautiful the yard looks is a great touch. It adds a lot of happiness to see such pretty shots. I really like the heartbeat sound that accompanies the snowman coming to life. It adds a very human element to the movie. Dina Noroozi plays the girl in this film and she is perfect. My favorite part of the film is the live action and animation mix. It makes it more believable and spiritual.

The message of this film is to be happy and believe in the winter and holiday spirit!

I give this film 4 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 3 to 18, plus adults. This is a joyous, heartwarming film great for winter! Young kids will love it, especially! Reviewed by Kyla C. and Julie S., KIDS FIRST!

Snowy Heart is a creative, joyous short film about a snowman coming to life. It is unique and heartwarming, as well as being generally cute and entertaining.

The story line begins with a young girl drawing a snowman. We see her react as her snowman waves and blinks on the paper. Then, she looks outside to see that her drawing has come to life right outside her window!

The story is quite simple, has a nice flow and is very positive and uplifting. It is only three minute long, and is well written and delivers a cheerful winter theme.

The visuals are well done. There are a limited number of shots, of course. Only so much that can happen in such a short film. It is a combination of a live action and animation. The girl, her room and the house are all live action, but the snowman on the paper and the snowman outside are all animated. This is creative and definitely adds a lot to the film. This combination is one of the best parts of this film, especially since the snowman animation is colorfully detailed and amazingly cute. The locations match the story perfectly - the girl's room and the front yard. The window looking out at the snow and showing the audience how beautiful the yard looks is a great touch. It adds a lot of happiness to see such pretty shots. I really like the heartbeat sound that accompanies the snowman coming to life. It adds a very human element to the movie. Dina Noroozi plays the girl in this film and she is perfect. My favorite part of the film is the live action and animation mix. It makes it more believable and spiritual.

The message of this film is to be happy and believe in the winter and holiday spirit!

I give this film 4 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 3 to 18, plus adults. This is a joyous, heartwarming film great for winter! Young kids will love it, especially! Reviewed by Kyla C. and Julie S., KIDS FIRST!

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