|Finn, a family feature featured film|
at the Providence Children's Film Festival
Some highlights of the 2015 Festival:
THE OKEE DOKEE BROTHERS Through the Woods: An Appalachian Adventure (Music Documentary) – All ages.
GRAMMY® Award-winning Americana Folk musicians, the Okee Dokee Brothers, composed the songs for Through the Woods while hiking sections of the Appalachian Trail. Join them on their journey in the wilderness as they hike, camp and compose some foot stomping, knee slapping music.
ANTBOY (Comic book super hero comes to life.) – Ages 8 and up.
A young boy bitten by a very special ant is suddenly endowed with incredible powers, and learns that with great power comes great responsibility.
BELLE AND SEBASTIAN (1960’s TV series turned feature film) Ages 8 and up.
Set during WWII in the Snowy Alps, a young boy and a giant mountain sheepdog become friends and have their loyalty to each other and their village put to the test.
ON THE WAY TO SCHOOL (Cesar Award 2014 – Best Documentary) Ages 8 and up.
Follow four incredibly inspired young students from four different countries as they display heroic effort and overcome physical obstacles to get themselves to school on time each day. This award- winning documentary travels through Kenya, Patagonia, Morocco and India and leaves you in a state of awe.
• FINN (Family Feature Film) Ages 10 and up.
A young boy mourning the loss of his mother finds solace and a passion for music while his father insists he play soccer. Why?! The answer to this mystery will make you want to watch again.
For more information, visit http://pcffri.org.
Visit the 2015 Film Directory for a complete list of films screening at the 2015 Festival.