By Megan Fischer, Interim Executive Director, Providence Children’s Museum Providence Children’s Museum and Providence Children’s Film Festival proudly partner to present the Providence premiere of “The Land” – a powerful 2015 documentary short film about the nature of play and risk – on Thursday, October 22 from 6:30 – 8:00 PM at Providence Children’s Museum (100 South […]
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Brown welcomes the community to campus! Summer Movie Nights at Brown University Presented with Kidoinfo. Free. Open to the public. Join Brown University and Kidoinfo for free, family-friendly movies outdoors. You bring a blanket to sit on, Brown will provide the popcorn and other treats! Ghostbusters: Wednesday, July 15, at 8:30 pm (postponed) Willy Wonka […]
The Providence Children’s Film Festival (PCFF) returns this February for its sixth exciting year, February 12 to 22, showcasing 18 feature films including both a USA and Rhode Island premiere, over 50 shorts from around the world and the 2nd Annual Youth Filmmaker Showcase. Coinciding with the February 2015 School Vacation, the Festival presents the […]
For the past two years, Flack and I have taken the long drive up to Toronto, Canada to attend the TIFF Kids film festival to find films for the PCFF. We’ve seen some incredible films, not to mention the pleasure of reclining in the irresistibly comfy theater chairs, perusing the building’s movie bookstore, and just […]
Join us! 18 features and 65 shorts from around the world for children and their families.
The 5th Annual Providence Childrenâ€™s Film Festival (PCFF) will take place from February 13 to 23, coinciding with the February 2014 School Vacation.
Movie review by Flack of FlickFlackMovieTalk.com, where two 12 year-old brothers like to talk about film. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug 2 1/2 Stars With his latest film, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, Peter Jackson puts on full display the best and worst of his own filmmaking styles. The film is pretentious, noisy, […]
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, the satisfyingly exhilarating follow-up to The Hunger Games, is easily one of the most entertaining sequels to come out of Hollywood in a long time, thanks to Jennifer Lawrenceâ€™s riveting lead performance and director Francis Lawrenceâ€™s phenomenal adaptation of Suzanne Collinâ€™s bestselling book.