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Valley Talks: Mischief Managed – A Cinematic Journey

 

Valley Talks, a series of free historical lectures, continues on Sunday, Jan. 26, 1:30pm, at the Museum of Work & Culture.

Rhode Island International Film Festival Executive Director George Marshall will present Mischief Managed: A Cinematic Journey. The talk will focus on how a small idea to bring foreign films to a Rhode Island audience transformed over a thirty-eight year journey, resulting in a non-profit arts organization with an international reputation. Since its inception, RIIFF has screened nearly 5,500 independent films for more than 450,000 film lovers and has received more than 68,000 entries from around the world. Visitors will have the opportunity to view one such film, “A Sister,” the 2019 festival winner for best live action short.

Marshall is the founder and producing director of Flickers, the Newport Film Society & Arts Collaborative, a non-profit organization which produces the acclaimed Rhode Island International Film Festival, a BAFTA and Canadian Screen Awards qualifier, as well as a qualifier for the Academy Awards short films categories. Marshall teaches mass media communications, film studies, television, field production, digital newsgathering, public speaking, and acting for camera courses at various colleges and universities throughout the area.

Seating is limited to 75 and is first-come, first-served.

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Date:
Jan 26
Time:
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Cost:
Free
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Museum of Work & Culture
42 S Main St
Woonsocket, RI 02895 United States
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