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Keith Brown, a filmmaker and film-production professor at University of Rhode Island, was recently given the Producer’s Circle Award from Flickers: The Rhode Island International Film Festival. The award recognized Brown’s dedication to KidsEye Summer Camp, where is the co-director, as well as one of the first counselors when the program began 18 years ago. At the camp, Brown teaches kids (aged 8-16) various aspects of film production. Brown has also created both documentaries and short films. Brown’s work has been exhibited at the Boston Cinema Census and the Antelope Valley International Film Festival, among others. Brown is also one of the founders of Boston Open Screen, which is an open mic night for filmmakers. He holds a B.A. from the University of Rhode Island and an MFA from Boston University. more
Now in its 19th year, the Rhode Island International Film Festival this week is expected to top attendance from past years, with arts venues, hotels and restaurants among the beneficiaries, promoters and business managers say. Attendance … more
Meals on Wheels of Rhode Island has received a $50,000 grant award from the Centreville Savings Bank Charitable Foundation. more
Children’s Museum golf tournament, Boats & Bowties Bash and more. more
The Rhode Island Foundation has awarded eight nonprofits serving the state’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer communities with more than $57,000 in grants through its Equity Action Fund. more
The Paul V. Sherlock Center on Disabilities at Rhode Island College has awarded a total of $10,000 in Access for All Abilities mini-grants to four Rhode Island organizations. more
The Newport Festivals Foundation Inc. has received a $40,000 grant from the Rhode Island Foundation to help underwrite the third day of music at the historic Newport Jazz Festival. more
A clinician-scientist and president of Brain In Play Nonprofit Foundation discusses the organization’s work, which includes preventing, healing and improving sports concussive injuries and degenerative brain diseases. more
Lee Beliveau has been named vice president of development and corporate affairs at the Comprehensive Community Action Program. He has more than 25 years of experience and holds a B.A. in communications and political science from Iona College. more
Jennifer Barrera, program director of Lucy's Hearth, was named a winner of the Harlequin "More than Words" award. The award recognizes three heroines from across the nation who have dedicated themselves towards improving life within their community. … more
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