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Still from "House of Hummingbird," available from Seattle International Film Festival

"House of Hummingbird," an award-winning Korean movie about a 14-year-old girl's coming of age, will be available on Seattle International Film Festival's website, starting on June 26.

Check out two family films from the Seattle International Film Festival

Seattle International Film Festival has family movies to rent online.

The Seattle International Film Festival is canceled this year, but that doesn’t mean you can’t watch an offbeat family film with your family.

The festival is offering cool videos that you can rent from their site. The money gooes toward funding the festival so it can return when we can go to movie theaters again.

Newly available on Friday, June 26: “House of Hummingbird,” from South Korea, a coming of age story about a middle-school girl. It won the Grand Jury Prize at last year’s Seattle International Film Festival.

Younger children will enjoy “Marona’s Fantastic Tale,” a 92-minute animated movie. It tells a story about a stray dog’s search for happiness.

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