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83 Park Street, Suite 5

Providence, RI 02903 USA
tel: 401/861-4445
401/490-6735 (f)


Mailing Address:

PO Box 162

Newport, RI 02840 USA

Street Address:

36 Rhode Island Avenue,

Newport, RI 02840 USA



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Courtesy of Mike Braca


Video Promotions by

William Smyth,

Erik Latek, Nickolas Palermo,

George T. Marshall, Shawn Quirk, J. Scott Oberacker &

Duncan Putney


2015 Graphic Design by

Michael J. Chevalier





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KidsEye™ Retro 80s Rollerskating Fundraiser

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The Rhode Island International Film Festival's KidsEye™ Filmmaking Summer Camp is holding its annual Retro Rollerskating Fundraiser on April 29th 2006 from 7pm to 10pm.  The event will take place at The Ocean Club (360 Pier Rd, Narragansett) and the proceeds of the event will be used to purchase additional equipment for the program. Admission is $10.

So come experience rollerskating like it was meant to be experienced - with 80s music.  80s dress is welcome but not required.  There will be a raffle and a prize for the best 80s outfit.  So dig those Izod shirts and leg-warmers out of the closet - they go perfect with a pair of skates.

KidsEye™ is a fun yet intensive five-day filmmaking camp for children ages 10-16 presented by the Rhode Island International Film Festival™. Over the course of the last few years, the camp has expanded, allowing children to learn more about what it takes to make a movie. We strive to incorporate as much hands-on learning as possible, therefore placing our focus primarily on production. KidsEye™ participants step into the roles of screenwriters, actors, directors and crew, and learn the importance of working as a team.

The next KidsEye™ will take place on July 9-13th, 2007 at the University of Rhode Island in Kingston.


For more information, call (401) 861-4445 or write to:

KidsEye™ Summer Filmmaking Camp
P.O. Box 162
Newport, RI 02840


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