FILM TALKS AND ACTIVITIES ENHANCE THE MOVIE EXPERIENCE!February 20, 2015
Saturday, February 21
ON THE WAY TO SCHOOL
Screening: 1:55pm (Granoff Center for the Arts, Brown University)
Make local connections: Learn more about The Walking School Bus in Providence from the Family Services of RI
Family Service of Rhode Island provides volunteer-led walk routes to help a number of young students, living within a mile of school, to walk to and from school. This program promotes school attendance, which is critical to learning. View a video about the program and their need for your support during this cold, snowy winter. Volunteer and/or donate mittens, gloves, hats etc. to help keep the Walking School Bus kids warm!
We’ll be collecting mittens, gloves and hats after the screening!
ANTBOY WORKSHOP: Super Weaknesses!
11:30am – 12:30pm (Gilder Center for the Arts, Wheeler School)
Space limited. Pre-registration required on site.
Kids will collaboratively generate a team of weirdo Superheroes and dive into their odd weaknesses and incredible origin stories!
Instructor: Walker Mettling, Providence Comics Consortium
Screening: 12:55 – 2:15pm (Gilder Center for the Arts, Wheeler School)
Dress as your favorite superhero!
Followed by Superhero presentation with Eric Fulford
WORKSHOP: Make Your Own Instruments
3:10pm – 4:10pm (Gilder Center for the Arts, Wheeler School)
All ages. Drop in any time!
The Okee Dokee Brothers know there’s no need for fancy-pants equipment when you want to play a tune. Make your own instruments from common materials at this drop-in instrument-making workshop. Learn to make spoons, washboard, shakers, tin can drums and a DIY banjo!
Teacher: Lindsay Meehan, Mary Ann Hall’s Music for Children
Assistant: Katie Fairhead, playScience!
OKEE DOKEE BROTHERS
Screening: 4:35pm (Gilder Center for the Arts, Wheeler School)
Following the screening join the parade out of the theater
with your newly made instruments from the workshop!
SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN
Screening: 6:05pm (Gilder Center for the Arts, Wheeler School)
After the film, stay for a performance with Brian Jones, professional tap dancer!
Sunday, February 22
Free Flip Book Movie Making and Art Activity
All Day (RISD Museum – Chace Center for the Arts)
Meet Papa Cloudy and friends!
11:00- 2:00pm (RISD Museum – Chace Center for the Arts)
Director Akiko McQuerrey of PAPA CLOUDY’S RESTAURANT
will be in the lobby with the puppets she used to make for the movie.
YOUTH FILMMAKER SHOWCASE
Screening: 1:45-3:15pm (RISD Museum – Chace Center for the Arts)
Two youth filmmakers will be in attendance for a post-film Q&A:
Amy Vogel (Director) ALEX AND THE LUCKY GUM and Harleigh Wacker (Director) THE LAST ZOMBIE
Screening: 11:20am (Gilder Center for the Arts, Wheeler School)
Let’s talk gravity with Conroy Baltzell, Brown University Physics Student
ULISES AND THE 10,000 MUSTACHES
Screening: 1:50pm (Gilder Center for the Arts, Wheeler School)
We’ve got mustaches! Free mustaches will be handed out to kids entering cinema! Take your picture and post it to Instagram with the tag #PCFF2015
PCFF 2015 AWARDS CEREMONY & RECEPTION
5:35pm (Gilder Center for the Arts, Wheeler School)
Join us as we close out the 2015 Festival season with our annual awards ceremony! Stay for pizza donated by Flatbread Company Providence and other refreshments.