March 14th - March 31st

Children’s Film Festival

For the last 20 years, the Saugatuck Center for the Arts has brought together local students from across West Michigan to dig into other cultures, traditions, stories, and spirits. These unique learning experiences are possible through the power of film.

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Children’s Film Festival

For the last 20 years, the Saugatuck Center for the Arts has brought together local students from across West Michigan to dig into other cultures, traditions, stories, and spirits. These unique learning experiences are possible through the power of film. 

“We hope that through film, the students are able to be creative and realize they can tell their story whether it’s through art, photography, film, music, dancing, or their writing -- that they all have a unique story to tell.”
Kristen Milord
Mountainfilm on Tour Presenter.

Mountainfilm in the Classroom

The Saugatuck Center for the Arts is proud to present its 20th year bringing film into the classroom with the Children’s Film Festival. K-12 students will be traveling around the world through the power of film. They will have the opportunity to learn about indigenous lands, extraordinary conservation efforts, explore the lives of whales and dolphins – all while witnessing bold visionaries learning new skills, going on adventures, following their passions and being brave!

Children's Film Festival for Educators

These Request Forms are intended for educators who wish to share the Children’s Film Festival and the accompanying Mountainfilm curriculum with their classrooms. Upon completion of this request form, the SCA Education team will reach out to you with more information on how to lock in your spot!