Welcome to the 18th Annual FLICKERS: PROVIDENCE LGBTQ FILM FESTIVAL
For the past 11 years as part of its community outreach efforts and recognition of Gay Pride Month, FLICKERS: Rhode Island International Film Festival (RIIFF) has presented a preview in June of programming it will offer during the main Festival in August. This year’s program will be a celebration of the best films made by, for and about the LGBTQ community.
This year’s programming is made possible through a unique partnership among FLICKERS: Rhode Island International Film Festival, Equity Action and the Bell Street Chapel.
The screening will take place on Friday-Saturday, June 13-14th at 7:30 p.m. The locations are The Vets and the Bell Street Chapel Theatre, located in Providence. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the door.
This year the LGBTQ festival during RIIFF in August is screening over 40 films from across the globe on an array of topics that touch everything from relationships, gay marriage to topical issues relevant to the community
THE WHO, WHAT AND WHERE OF IT:
The screening of RIIFF’s "'First Look' SECRET CINEMA LGBTQ Preview" will take place at both The Vets new Black Box Theatre located at 83 Park Street (rear of bldg.) and the Bell Street Chapel Theatre which is located at 5 Bell Street, both in Providence, RI.
Date: Friday, Saturday, June 13-14th, 2014
Time: The films will screen at 7:30 p.m.
Cost: $10 general admission
All proceeds generated by the screening will be used for the planning and production of RIIFF’s 18th Annual Season. RIIFF is a 501-C(3) non-profit organization. All contributions are tax deductible as allowed by law.
FLICKERS: Providence LGBTQ Film Festival
PO Box 162 • Newport, RI 02840 (United States)
Office: 83 Park Street, Suite 1, Providence, RI 02903
Tel/Fax: (401) 861-4445/490-6735
Some Rhode Island LGBTQ Organizations we support and endorse:
The Bell Street Chapel
Rhode Island LGBTQ Resource Listing: click here
Film Festival Exclusive Sponsors:
Main LGBTQ Festival:
August 5-10, 2014
Note that this year's screenings, while spread across the city of Providence, will once again primarily be based at the Bell Street Chape Theatrel, 5 Bell Street, just off of Broadway in Providence
• GBLT News of Note • Upcoming Events of Interest to the GLBT Community
• How you can help
• Why Support the Providence LGBTQ Film Festival
• Films we recommend • Planning your own LGBTQ Festival
• Other LGBTQ Festivals • Alternative Film Blog
• Link to last year's programming: click here
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