Be a Cinema Detective: Discover, explore and inspire through film
Sunday, Feb 14, 2016
10:30 am - 12:30 pm
RISD Museum / Metcalf Auditorium - Chace Center, 20 North Main Street, Providence
Partners/ Facilitators: PCFF: Anisa Raoof, Eric Bilodeau, and Sarah Yahm
The Providence Children’s Film Festival invites all librarians to learn how you can use Children’s Independent Film in your library programming. Participants will join the public in this free event to find out about this incredible organization and the high quality educational resources available.
Program Description: What makes a film worth watching? Learn how to be a film sleuth and how to encourage kids to think more deeply about what they watch. Eric Bilodeau, Director of Programming, leads a PCFF Cinema Detective program teaching kids how to decode film. Afterward, educator Sarah Yahm introduces the new PCFF Film Hub, showing families, teachers, and librarians a new way to find quality films and resources that can inspire programming, spark conversation and make community connections.
BONUS: The Providence Children’s Film Festival is a week long event that includes film viewings, film discussions, film-making workshops, and more. Any librarian* who registers/attends this event will receive 2 Courtesy Passes to attend an additional event during the festival. Each pass admits one person on a space available basis. Courtesy passes will be exchanged at the door for Admission Ticket. Courtesy Passes can be picked up at the Media Smart Library event.
This event is open to the public for FREE
Please register for this Media Smart Libraries Workshop through the PCFF event page.
This event can be applied to any microbadge.
* Media Smart Libraries Cohort members who attend will receive an ALL ACCESS FESTIVAL PASS that will admit one person to all events throughout the week on a space available basis. All Access Festival Passes can be picked up at the Media Smart Library event.