Providence Children’s Film Festival 2012: Feb 16-21

The Providence Children’s Film Festival was founded in 2009 to bring high quality, independent and international children’s films, animation, and documentaries to New England, and to present them as shared theatrical experiences for the community. Programming includes live action, animation and documentaries, shorts and features, and films made by RI youth, including the films made in our festival workshops.  The festival committee looks especially for films with content that speaks positively to children and families of diverse ages, backgrounds and ethnicities.

Rhode Island’s first and only festival dedicated to children’s films returns to Providence for its 3rd year, February 16-21, 2012.  This year, there will be six days and three venues (Cable Car Cinema and Cafe, RISD Museum, and RISD Auditorium) filled with high-quality, independent and international films for children and youth between ages 3-18!  Advanced Ticket sales starting February 1, 2012. See website for details.

 

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Brian Hull received his Master's Degree in Public Policy from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard. He is Director of Community Development for the City of Providence, responsible for the management and strategic visioning of the City's community development programs, including Community Development Block Grants, Emergency Solutions Grants, Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS, HOME, Neighborhood Stabilization Program, Home Repair Loans, Down Payment Assistance, and Lead Repair Loans.

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