To amplify and broaden the reach of our programming beyond the Festival, we collaborate with organizations who share our vision that ALL youth deserve access to delightful, challenging films and the skills to be their own creative media makers. PCFF provides many opportunities for kids and teens to engage with film year-round through PCFF On the Road film screenings, hands-on workshops, summer film literacy programs, Reel Connections presentations, community jury events and our signature “Be a Cinema Detective” film literacy program.

Current and past partnerships include:

    • COMMUNITY AND YOUTH-FOCUSED ORGANIZATIONS: AS220, the Boys and Girls Clubs of Providence, Providence Children’s Museum, Providence CityArts, Rhode Island Museum of Science and Arts (RIMOSA), GiveMeFive, Everett: Company, Stage & School, Trinity Academy of Performing Arts, and the RISD Museum, DiwaliFest 2016, Tiverton Arts Center, Fargnoli Park (Providence)
    • LIBRARIES: RI Office of Library and Information Services, Media Smart Libraries, Providence Community Library, Warwick Public Library, Providence Public Library, Providence Athenaeum, Cranston Public Library
    • MEDIA LITERACY FOCUSED: The Media Education Lab at the University of Rhode Island, Media Smart Libraries, Summer Institute in Digital Literacy


Interested in bringing film programming to your organization? Explore the benefits of partnering with Providence Children’s Film Festival. Contact Anisa Raoof, Executive Director for details.