The Butler and the Ball has been accepted into the 2021 Boston International Kids Film Festival, running November 19-21, 2021, and featuring family-friendly films, both professionally and student-made, hailing from countries that span the globe. The Butler and the Ball screens in Student Narrative Films, Part 2, screening online from November 19, 7pm, to November 23, 12am. Tickets available here.

The Butler and the Ball, an urban fairy tale about a lonely boy who enters a contest to become the new butler of a grieving, reclusive singer, was directed by eight-year-old Andrew Chan-Possemato, who wrote and produced it with Albert.

The Boston International Kids Film Festival is presented by the nonprofit 501(c)3 organization Filmmakers Collaborative, in partnership with GBH, a member station of National Public Radio and affiliate of Public Radio International. By screening student-made films from around the world while at the same time offering these young filmmakers a look at professionally-made films created just for them, Boston International Kids Film Festival enables the next generation of filmmakers to realize the power and potential of media.