More than just movie watching. Workshops planned for 2011 Providence Children’s Film Festival.

[ 0 ] February 4, 2011 |

The 2011 Providence Children’s Film Festival is more than just great movies: PCFF runs educational workshops to give children from across the community a chance to explore their own creativity. This year, the festival will feature free drop-in art workshops sponsored by RISD Museum.  In association with AS220, PCFF is proud to offer Spoken Word Poetry workshops for teens, led by poets from the documentary Louder Than A Bomb.  Also featured during festival weekend: a Tape Art workshop.  On the weekends before and after the festival PCFF is offering kid film fans a chance to make their own: in association with the Warren Art Spot PCFF is offering, Flipbook Fun on February 23, and How to Write A Movie workshops on February 12 and 13. Visit for more information on times, ages, fees and registration.

Watch what kids made during last year’s workshops:

Providence Children’s Film Festival 2010 Children’s Animation Workshop- Cut Paper Puppets

Providence Children’s Film Festival 2010 Children’s Animation Workshop- Direct to Film

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