The Rhode Island Black Film Festival launches in April as we mark the 50th anniversary of the assassination of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Providence, the creative capital of Rhode Island – the birth of religious freedom and home to some of our nation’s iconic institutions in the arts and the New England slave trade, will serve as venues for the Screenings and Panel Discussions. venues hosting the Films.
The first and only Festival to feature a variety of documentaries and feature films with stories of experiences and culture of people of color. The festival takes place over 3 days, with workshops and film screenings happening at the Rhode Island School of Design, Beneficent Congregational Church and the Cable Car Cinema.
Rhode Island Black Film Festival
Presented by Toby Arch, LLC in Cooperation with AS220
Purchase Tickets and Locations
Beneficent Congregational Church 300 Weybosset St, Providence, RI
Rhode Island School of Design Museum 20 N Main St, Providence, RI
Cable Car Cinema 204 South Main St., Providence, RI
$10 General Admission
$45 Festival Pass (includes T-shirt)
Tickets and passes may be purchased at AS220 and online beginning March 1, 2018 Online ticketing is available at www.ribbf.org . Please note that a pass does not guarantee admission to the theatre. Pass holders must obtain tickets at the box office prior to each screening.
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