My boys to put together this list of Halloween themed-movies a couple of years ago selecting films beyond the obvious classics; Halloween Films for Kids: From the not-so-spooky to the all-out-creepy! Not all of their picks are about Halloween but chosen because they are either scary, have a scene with Halloween within, or have a […]
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In this 13 minute video, Flick and Flack give you a sneak peak at War Horse. Filmed at a PPAC press event, this short film includes anecdotes from an interview with actor Brandon Drea and the Joey the horse puppeteers. Horse kisses, fascinating behind the scenes tidbits, the play’s trailer, and some incredible horse jumps! […]
Flick and Flack interview illustrator Tony DiTerlizzi and author Holly Black, who collaborated on the New York Times bestselling fantasy book series The Spiderwick Chronicles.
The Rhode Island Community Food Bank will host the state’s first public screening of the nationally acclaimed documentary on hunger, “A Place at the Table,” on Thursday, May 16, at 6:30 p.m. at the Columbus Theater, 270 Broadway in Providence.
While Kidoinfo is away at TIFF Kids, check the events calendar for things to do and check the Kidoinfo archives full of crafty ideas, recipes, book reviews, fun activities and more!
It’s not often that our children have access to so many quality films from around the globe—shorts, features, animation, live action, and documentaries—with an emphasis on the craft of film and storytelling and not superfluous merchandise or action figures. Now that the 2013 Providence Children’s Film Festival (and school vacation) has begun I’m taking some time off from Kidoinfo to work the festival and watch movies with my boys. Hope to see you at the movies!
Deepen the experience of the Providence Children’s Film Festival! Film Talks will provide additional education about challenging topics, access to film writers, directors and program staff, and the opportunity to engage in thought-provoking dialogue.
To learn more about the following films, conversations, and how to purchase tickets, visit the PCFF website.
If you will be watching the Superbowl this weekend, do you envision a Norman Rockwell moment of uninterrupted game-watching with your children? There will be all sorts of sideshows going on, and all sorts of maintenance to be performed. Here are a few tips for enjoying the Superbowl with younger—or just less intensely interested—kids.
Foods, trivia, bingo, and advertising mayhem!