SNA is pleased to help bring neighbors outdoor family movie nights in Lippitt Park! These were a big success last year, and we’re excited that they’ll be back — and the first is this week: Wednesday, July 17th, at 7pm! The second is scheduled for Wednesday, August 21st.
Here’s a description from our friends at the Providence Children’s Film Festival and Cricket Cinema:
“I screen… You screen… We ALL screen to watch breathtaking films in a beautiful Providence Park! The Providence Children’s Film Festival and the Cricket Cinema are delighted to partner up once again with the Summit Neighborhood Association and Hope Street Merchants Association to present two screenings under the stars in Lippitt Park this summer. On Wednesday, July 17th an award winning reel of short films titled BODIES IN MOTION (synopsis below) will return from it’s premiere last February at the festival. Popcorn will be poppin’ and feet will be stompin’ for this show beginning just after the sun sets in the west. Pack a picnic, grab a blanket and claim your spot on the lawn. The event is free and all ages are welcome!
BODIES IN MOTION: People express so much through their body language. Sometimes it’s planned like a dance, other times it’s a spontaneous reaction to an environment, or a protest to an injustice done. Be warned that after watching these films you might be inspired to “speak” a different body language. This reel includes a dance done completely underwater, a girl determined to be taught the art of wire walking, and a sloth that should never order ice cream again! (In English or no dialogue / 2016-2018 / 80 min / recommended for all ages)
This screening would not be possible without the generous support of the 2019 Eat Play Learn Neighborhood Performing Arts Initiative presented by Mayor Jorge O. Elorza, the Providence Art Culture Tourism, the Department of Parks and Recreation, the Partnership for Providence Parks, with support from the Office of Economic Opportunity Youth Advanced Summer Internship Team.
Location: Lippitt Memorial Park – 1015 Hope St, Providence, RI
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