We're psyched to be hosting screenings for PROVIDENCE CHILDREN'S FILM FESTIVAL 2020! Come in outta the cold! We gotta lot of great family friendly movies for you.
While you're here, enjoy a latte, hot chocolate, or a freshly-roasted pour over. Candy and popcorn too!
Check out our menu and order ahead to have your food waiting for you when you arrive.
WEDNESDAY, FEB 19
10am - MAGIC CARPET RIDE
SATURDAY, FEB 22
10am - BE STRONG. BE KIND
11:45am - BABE
1:45pm - GOOD GAME: THE BEGINNING
4:30 pm - PITCH PERFECT: SESAME STREET
SUNDAY, FEB 23
10am - FAMILIES IN FLIGHT
12pm - MORE THAN A SELFIE
The annual Providence Children’s Film Festival takes place in February at multiple venues within walking distance of downtown Providence.
During the festival, PCFF screens an average of 18 feature-length and over 100 short films—including live-action, documentary, and animation—made by filmmakers from around the world.
The Ann Arbor Film Festival is a pioneer of the traveling film festival tour which launched in 1964 with film screenings in Paris, Los Angeles, and Berkeley. Since that time, the AAFF tour has presented hundreds of influential works by film artists including Barbara H ammer, Gus Van Sant, Sally Cruikshank, Don Hertzfeldt, Bill Brown, Ross McLaren, Paul Winkler, James Duesing, Martha Colburn, and Jay Rosenblatt.
The 57th Ann Arbor Film Festival Tour will visit galleries, art house theaters, universities, media arts centers, and cinematheques throughout the world. This year we offer three distinct programs of recent independent and experimental short films from the 57th Ann Arbor Film Festival across all genres: experimental, documentary, animation, narrative and hybrids.
The tour provides filmmakers the unique opportunity of having their work screened in front of audiences for whom, in many places, the tour venue is their only access to this form of film art. Each filmmaker participating in the AAFF tour is also paid for each tour stop, thereby helping to directly support their filmmaking.
The 57th AAFF tour offers three distinct digital programs—including, for the first time ever as a tour-stop option, the festival's "Almost All Ages" program. The "Almost All Ages" program is appropriate for people six years and older, in terms of both the content included and the attention span required. It’s also more easily accessible to people of all ages who may be new to experimental film.