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Welcome to RIIFF 2006

Next Festival: August 8-13, 2006

Highlights from 2005:
MEET THE DIRECTORS
, THE STARS AND VISTING GUESTS

"Keep Your Distance" directed by Stu Pollard has its World Premiere at RIIFF on Friday, August 12th at 9:15 pm. Starring Gil Bellows and Stacy Keach, this knock-out film is from the director of "Nice Guys Sleep Alone."- visit the website


International Shorts are center stage during RIIFF 2005. Check out the trailer for one film making it's US Premiere: "Jag bara undrar" (Just Wondering) - visit the website


Director Cherry Arnold's long awaited documentary on former Providence Mayor Vincent A Cianci, "Buddy" has its World Premiere on Thursday, August 11th. Actor James Woods provides the narration. • Read about it • visit the website


"The Baxter" written, directed and starring Michael Showalter ("The Daily Show," "Stella," "Late Friday") premieres on Friday, August 12th at 9:15 pm. Welcome the director who will receive our Crystal Vision Award for first-time director.


"Holy Water Gate" appeared at RIIFF two years ago as a work in progress. See the finished film on Saturday, August 13th at 12:00 Noon with a panel discussion. • visit the website


The Festival’s closing night attraction will be “The Black Pirate,” a silent feature made in 1926 and starring Douglas Fairbanks. It is a fitting program for the Columbus, which opened its doors that very year and will be accompanied live by an original score composed and performed by the noted Alloy Orchestra. Preceding the silent classic will be the presentation of restored fragments of “My Lady of the Lilacs,” a recently rediscovered silent film made in Rhode Island in 1916 and written by pioneering female screenwriter Beta Breuil.

 

Schedule Coming Soon!

Call for Entries

RIIFF announces its FINAL 2005 Call for Entries.The RIIFF Horror Film Festival; Deadline is August 15, 2005 -- download a PDF form or enter with