Film

RIIFF Vortex Horror Film Fest Starts

The Vortex Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Horror Film Festival starts Saturday in venues across the state. The week includes films, shorts, H.P. Lovecraft walking tours and Lovecraft-inspired film screenings, and a few “Conversation with” events as well. A phantasmagoric symphony of international films blasts its way across the big screen as the Flickers’ Rhode Island International Film

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SENE Film Fest Starts

The 10th annual SENE Film Festival starts Tuesday with five days of independent films from across the country and around the world. Meet filmmakers, artists, and musicians all in one dynamic festival. Live music, art exhibits, parties, and movies! Friday @Rhodywood Studio, Douglas Avenue: documentary feature and LGBT shorts Friday @Columbus Theatre, Broadway: shorts Saturday

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Providence Children’s Film Fest Starts

The 2018 Providence Children’s Film Festival starts today and runs through Sunday, February 25.  The films will be screened in multiple venues including the Avon Cinema, the RISD Auditorium and Metcalf at RISD, the Athenaeum, the Everett Company, AS220, and more. The annual Providence Children’s Film Festival takes place in February at multiple venues within

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Arts & Design Film Fest Starts

The 2017 Providence Art & Design Film Festival (PADFF) opens Thursday night with a screening of Ruben Ostlund’s “The Square” starring Claes Bang and Elisabeth Moss. (Facebook event page.) From the New York Times review. Mr. Ostlund, whose film before this one was the squirmy, incisive “Force Majeure,” takes aim at some pretty fat satirical

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RIIFF Starts

The Rhode Island International Film Festival (RIIFF) kicks off Tuesday night with an opening night gala at PPAC. Festival runs Tuesday, August 8, through Sunday, August 13. More than 300 feature length, documentary and short films — from 64 countries, and 34 states across the U.S. — will be screened during the six-day festival at

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Italian Film Festival At Brown — Gelato

(3.11) For years Brown University Italian Studies professors have been bringing students to Bologna for Il Cinema Ritrovato — or Cinema Rediscovered — a nine-day festival dedicated to rare and historic film. This year Professor Massimo Riva decided to run a four-day version of the festival at the Granoff Center. Thursday, 7pm — Four short

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