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Join the fun! 2011 PCFF Opening Day & Night Events planned for February 17th!

Come celebrate film and families with the 2011 Providence Children’s Film Festival. Two great events planned for opening day! 
Let the fun begin! 

In the afternoon: PCFF 2011 will kick off on February 17 at 4:15 pm in the RISD Metcalf Auditorium with a panopoly of fun (if brief) films. YOUR SHORTS ARE SHOWIN’, Elementary Edition is a free showing of fun shorts that will even include some kid-made films.


In the evening: Celebrate at the opening night party (starting at 5:30pm), featuring a screening of the beautiful animated feature ELEANOR’S SECRET (French film dubbed in English, suitable for all ages). Join PCFF friends and supporters for this jolly kick-off! Tickets required.

Come celebrate film and families with the 2011 Providence Children’s Film Festival. Two great events planned for opening day on February 17th!

Your Shorts Are Showin’
Let the fun begin!  PCFF 2011 will kick off on February 17 at the RISD Metcalf Auditorium with a panopoly of fun (if brief) films. Your Shorts Are Showin’, Elementary Edition is a free showing of fun shorts that will even include some kid-made films.

The Details:
Your Shorts Are Showin’
February 17th . 3:30 for snacks and cider. Film starts at 4:15 pm.
Location: RISD Metcalf Auditorium – North Main Street, Providence, RI
Ages: All ages.
Tickets: Free.  More info at www.pcffri.org.

Opening Night Party
Celebrate at the opening night party, featuring a screening of the beautiful animated feature Eleanor’s Secret (French film dubbed in English, suitable for all ages). Join PCFF friends and supporters for this jolly kick-off!  

The Details:
PCFF Opening Night Party!
February 17, starting at 6:00 pm. Film starts at 7 pm.
Location: RISD Museum Chace Center – 20 North Main Street, Providence, RI
Ages: All ages.
Tickets: $15 adults, $10 kids; available at www.brownpapertickets.com.  More info at www.pcffri.org.

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Written by Anisa Raoof