LAST YEAR'S FESTIVAL FEATURED 56 FILMS FROM 19 COUNTRIES, 4 RUNNING DAYS, 1 OPENING NIGHT SPOOKTACULAR, 1 FILMMAKER FORUM, STATEWIDE PRESENCE AND EXPANSION OF THE POPULAR H.P. LOVECRAFT WALKING TOUR...
This year's Festival expands to 7 days and it's a whole new world.
This event is sponsored by
Flickers, the Rhode Island International Film Festival, Amtrak, Hobgoblin Ale, RISCA, Cox on Demand, The Rhode Island Film & Television Office, TheHarrington School of Communications and Media at the University
of Rhode Island, The URI College of Arts & Sciences,
The Film Media Program, and the URI Feinstein College
of Continuing Education, Roger Williams University and the RWU Film Production Club.
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The FLICKERS: RI International Horror Film Festival is Proud to Bring You Another Warped Year of Fear, Malice, Murder and Mayhem...
A symphony of cinematic horror slashes its way across the big screen as the FLICKERS: Rhode Island International Film Festival (RIIFF) unspools its 15th Annual RI International Horror Film Festival, October 20-26th. In addition to its traditional spooky film fare, this year's festival includes a return and two-day expansion of its popular H.P. Lovecraft Walking Tour presented in collaboration with the RI Historical Society, a Date-Night of Horror, and a Forum that looks behind the scenes of making horror films in the Ocean State featuring Steven Feinberg, Executive Director of the RI Film and Television Office.
Our program director is Shawn Quirk. This year he is assisted by RWU interns Xuan Nguyen and Nick Palermo.
The 2014 festival will include an expanded focus featuring horror, thrillers and sci-fi fantasy programming. Screenings will take place in Providence along with satellite programming in Jamestown, Kingston and Bristol.
The FLICKERS: RI International Horror Film Festival is an eerie-sistable salute to what is an often-overlooked genre that will include a bevy of World and U.S. Premiers of short, feature-length and documentary films. In 2013, 56 films were selected from 521 submissions and, representing 19 countries including the United Kingdom, Australia, Ireland, Belgium, Canada, Germany, Italy, Poland, Spain, Japan, Chile, Switzerland, and the United States. Many of the filmmakers were in attendance, so audience members had a chance to meet, ask questions, and even network with the next generation of horror-auteurs.
General Admission for screenings remains $10.00 per person. Festival 6-packs are available at $40 (good year round and at any RIIFF film event) can be purchased online: http://www.film-festival.org/SixPack08.php. Group Discounts can be arranged by calling the Festival office at 401/861.4445.
BEHIND THE CAMERA LENS FORUM AT ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSTY
On Friday morning, October 24th, at 10:00 a.m. horror and sci-fi film fans will want to be at the Mary Tefft White Cultural Center, located at the University Library at Roger Williams University in Bristol, providing audiences with the opportunity to meet some of the movers and shakers in the film, horror and sci-fi production scene. Rhode Island has become known as the Independent state for film. Starting with the foundation provided by the film and media programs at our colleges and universities, and the unique talent base of creative artists who have made their homes here, the Ocean State has built a reputation as a one-stop film studio. Among such notable filmmakers as Wes Anderson and the Farrelly Brothers, who have made their films within the Ocean State, the independent horror and sci-fi fantasy genre is steadily becoming an industry standard for RIís film community.
This program is presented by the RWU Film Production Club and is a free event. Please be sure to register in advance as seating is limited.
Support for the Forum has been provided by the Rhode Island Film & Television Office, the Flickers: Rhode Island International Film Festival, the RWU Feinstein College of Arts and Sciences, Dean Robert Eisinger, Associate Dean Roberta Adams, the RWU Film Production Club, and the RWU Department of Student Programs and Leadership.
Tickets are $18 per person, can be purchased online, and include a ticket to the special screenings of the 2014 Horror Festival that were inspired by Lovecraft. The Walking Tour can be purchased in advance by calling the RIIFF offices at 401.861.4445 or ordered directly online at http://www.film-festival.org/HPLovecraft14.php or clicking the link below:
Event Details & Advance Tickets:
Saturday, October 25 and Sunday, October 26, 2014
"H. P. Lovecraft” Walking Tour & Film Screening
LOCATION: Walking Tour Presentation: John Brown House at 52 Power Street
Bring your eTicket with you to the Tour and Screening
You Can Also Buy your Tickets in Advance with a
RIIFF Festival Six Pack
(a $60 value) Good year-round at all RIIFF events except for special
openings. Six tickets for the price of four. Can be used during the Main RIIFF in August;
the annual Rl lnternational Horror Festival in October, plus any special year-round film
series we sponsor.
RIIFF Festival Six Packs
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2014 FLICKERS: Rhode Island International
Film Festival®. All Rights Reserved.
All proceeds generated by the FLICKERS: RI International Horror Film Festival will be dedicated to the Patricia Neal Scholarship Fund that is designed to help area college students pursue
studies in the film arts. Since RIIFF is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit
organization, you can rest assured that your money will
be re-invested back into the community.
Now in its 18th year, the FLICKERS: Rhode Island International
Film Festival showcases the artistic efforts
of filmmakers and encourages new talent while providing
the visibility necessary to launch careers in the industry.
For more information, write RIIFF, P.O. Box 162, Newport,
RI 02840. Telephone: 401-861-4445. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Our offices are located at 83 Park Street, Suite 1, Providence, RI 02903.
• The RI Horror Fest has been listed among the
"Top Horror Fests in the Country"
RWU PARKING INFORMATION:From Providence: Take Routes 136 South or 114 S passing campus on the left. Take a left at the traffic light just before the Mount Hope Bridge, onto Old Ferry Road. Take the first right into the parking lot.
From Newport: Take 114N over the Mount Hope Bridge and take the first right off the bridge onto Old Ferry Road. Take the first right into the parking lot.
Guests should enter through the main entrance at the fountain. they will be able to obtain a guest parking pass. Lot 24a will be blocked off for guests of the festival. Proceed through the main entrance through to the lot 24a on left. This event will take place in the Mary Tefft White Cultural Center.
Sponsors for 2014:
The University of Rhode Island Harrington School of Communications and Media, The URI College of Arts &
Sciences, The Film Media Program, and the URI Feinstein
College of Continuing Education are proud sponsors of
the RI International Horror Film Festival.
2014 Rhode Island International Film Festival®.
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