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Movies & Music House Party

A BENEFIT IN SUPPORT OF PROVIDENCE CHILDREN’S FILM FESTIVAL PROGRAMMING The Providence Children’s Film Festival’s 10th Anniversary season kicks off with a fun-filled evening under the stars. Bring your lawn chairs and coolers for a summer evening of short films and live music to benefit the Providence Children’s Film Festival Decade of Wonder Campaign! This…

Summer 2018: Movies in the Park (Jumanji Jul 25 + Black Panther Aug 8 &15)

PCFF presents this traveling movie series hosted by Councilwoman Sabina Matos & One Neighborhood Builders. In partnership with Jorge Elorza, Providence Art Culture Tourism, and the Partnership for Providence Parks 2018 Eat Play Learn: Neighborhood Performing Arts Initiative. Join us for movies under the stars. Bring a chair or a blanket or both and enjoy…

Pixilation Workshops + Movies in Burnside Park!

Play in the Park: Tuesday July 17 + August 21, 2018 from 3:00pm-6:00pm Ickle Me, Pickle Me, Tickle Me Too! A Magical Stop Motion Pixilation Workshop with artist Rachel Blumberg and Providence Children’s Film Festival In this workshop, inspired by the imaginative and silly poems of Shel Silverstein, kids of all ages will have the opportunity…

Eat, Play, Learn 2018! Short Films in Lippitt Park (Aug 1 & 22)

Join us for international short films in Lippitt Park Wednesdays Aug 1, Aug 22 (following the Farmer’s Market) This program is thanks to Jorge Elorza, Providence Art Culture Tourism, and the Partnership for Providence Parks 2018 Eat Play Learn: Neighborhood Performing Arts Initiative. Providence Children’s Film Festival proudly presents two unforgettable film programs this summer…

Summer Film Screenings @ Roger Williams Park Boathouse Lawn

  We are excited to partner with Roger Williams Park Conservancy to present Movies in the Park 2018! These FREE, family-friendly events take place on Friday evenings at sunset on the Boathouse Lawn (across from the Carousel Village), following Food Truck Friday; see a Park map: https://rwpconservancy.org/explore/maps/ All events start with a selection of short…

Now accepting film submissions to the 2019 Youth Filmmaker Showcase!

2019 YOUTH FILMMAKER SHOWCASE GUIDELINES (Please read carefully): FILMS MUST BE YOUTH-PRODUCED Filmmakers must be between the ages of 6 and 17. A “youth-produced film” means the entire film was conceived and created by the submitting filmmakers with minimal adult input. An adult supervisor is allowed. SCHOOL/COMMUNITY GROUPS ARE ELIGIBLE Films made by youth within…