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15TH ANNUAL FLICKERS:

RHODE ISLAND INTERNATIONAL

FILM FESTIVAL

August 9-14, 2011

Now in its 15th year, New England’s largest and most prestigious festival — FLICKERS: Rhode Island International Film Festival™ (RIIFF) — will take place August 9-14, 2011. Ranked as a one of the Top 12 Film Festivals in the United States, this world-class event will be held at venues around Providence. It features screenings, filmmaking workshops, meet-and-greet industry events and seminars. Aiming to promote Rhode Island as a filmmaking location and to celebrate the independent filmmaking spirit, FLICKERS also hosts a number of high-profile premières and provides a showcase for international features, documentaries, and shorts.
Founded in 1997, FLICKERS: Rhode Island International Film Festival has quickly carved out a name for itself. It accepts films of any type, in any genre and will screen this year

RIIFF /rif/ – acronym for Rhode Island International Film Festival
“A 6-day event beginning the second week in August; always starting on a Tuesday at various locations throughout the State of Rhode Island with premiere works in the capital city of Providen. The largest public film festival in New England and an Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences qualifying event. The major portal of entry for filmmakers to discover the Ocean State as a center for film development and production. A unique platform for the creative and cultural discovery of new cinematic talent, both at home, nationally and globally. Synonymous with sophisticated, savvy, discerning and film-loving audiences.”

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