COMMUNITY FILMMAKING is a new movement changing the way films are made. The digital revolution changed the game and democratized the medium for a new generation of filmmakers. While it used to require hundreds of thousands–if not millions–of dollars to make a film, filmmakers of today can green-light their own work. The barrier of money has been removed, however, there is one necessity that will never be removed–you can not make a film without community. It takes people to build sets, operate cameras, make food, carry equipment, play characters . With or without money, it takes people to make a movie.
Have a film you want to make? Want to get involved with someone else’s film?
RIFC seeks to connect filmmakers, actors, crew, film lovers in order to make movies and foster a film culture in and around Rhode Island.
Looking for crew? Actors? Equipment? Props? An audience?
You have come to the right place.
We are located in the Blackstone Valley Visitor Center at 175 Main Street Pawtucket, RI 02860