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More than just movies: Workshops and Film Talks at the Providence Children’s Film Festival offer families an opportunity to engage in film topics beyond the screening.
(
PDF-Film Talk Schedule)

See the World at this Year’s Providence Children’s Film Festival, February 13-23, 2014 - Features, Shorts, Workshops, and Film Talks (PDF).

Providence Children’s Film Festival Appoints Executive Director and Announces New Organizational Structure (
PDF).

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Film stills from current programming available upon request. Please contact Eric Bilodeau at eric@providencechildrensfilmfestival.org.

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Flick Flack Movie Talk
In this video Flick and Flack list their 5 favorite films from the 2013 Providence Children's Film Festival and give some age recommendations.
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KidoInfo
"We loved the Providence Children's Film Festival! This fabulously fun event is another reason why Providence is such a great place for families. This festival designed for kids of all ages, celebrates film as an art form — films designed to engage, enchant, and mesmerize audiences—not merely a vehicle to spawn commercial toys. The festival provides children and their parents an opportunity to see films often not available through mainstream channels. The films, carefully chosen for this festival by the organizers offered something for kids of every age, including animated shorts and feature length films, films with live actors, fictional stories, documentaries, films made by children and movies by and about other cultures and traditions. In addition to watching movies kids talked about film and learned how to make them in sold out workshops at RISD. The whole weekend was buzzing with happy kids and parents. Looking forward to next year's festival already!"

East Side Monthly (p. 21)
"To children across the country, school vacation often equals cheap cartoons and decade-old Disney movies. Not this President’s Day Weekend."
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Time Magazine
"Kells, which is quite delectable in its esoteric way, was shown at children's film festivals in Providence and New York before it was seen in theaters."
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Providence Journal Review
"The first Providence Children’s Film Festival got a boost when its kickoff movie — “The Secret of Kells” — was nominated for an Academy Award as best animated film."
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Brown Daily Herald
"A tower of miniature cupcakes, flutes of sparkling apple cider, a visit from the mayor and — of course — bags upon bags of fresh, buttery popcorn. After almost a year of planning and with hundreds of kids squirming in their seats, the first annual Providence Children’s Film Festival officially kicked off Friday night at Providence’s Cable Car Cinema."
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Providence Phoenix
(about the film How Birds Got Their Song)
"Wakinyan RedShirt has made three films in his life: Lego Star WarsBionicle Heroes, andThe Wolf Show. But perhaps his greatest flick, he says, is his latest.

...Wakinyan was sitting at a little table with little chairs at the Nuweetooun School in Exeter the other day talking about How Birds Got Their Song, a five-minute animated film that will be shown at the first Providence Children's Film Festival, which runs from February 12-15 at the Cable Car Cinema and the RISD Museum."
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NewEnglandFilm.com
(interview with Gus Outdoors: Gull Island filmmaker Sean Nightingale)
"Rhode Island filmmaker Sean Nightingale teams up with his six-year-old son Gus on an exploration of nature in the series Gus Outdoors. The first installment Gull Island, which screens this month as part of the first-ever Providence Children’s Film Festival, takes viewers to a seagull nesting location in Rhode Island to learn about how the birds hatch and survive."
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Flick Flack Movie Talk
Filmmaker video interviews and more!
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