SENE Film, Music & Arts Festival

6th Annual SENE Film,
Music & Arts Festival

From Tuesday, April 22nd to Sunday, April 27th SENE Film, Music & Arts Festival will be celebrating six years of bringing independent cinema, music, and art to New England. In these six days, festival attendees will be able to enjoy independent film screenings, live music, art exhibitions, and parties at venues in Providence and Warwick, RI including the historic Columbus TheatreCable Car CinemaWarwick Museum of Art and the Brooklyn Coffee & Tea House. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to attend the dynamic Southeast New England Film, Music & Arts Festival!

“Bringing people together through film, music and art”

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Tuesday, April 22nd:

Documentary Short Films at the Warwick Museum of Art

Wednesday, April 23rd:

Music Documentary Shorts, Music Video Competition and Live Music at Brooklyn Coffee & Tea House

Thursday, April 24th:

Art Exhibit, Live Jazz, and Limelight Awards at Warwick Museum of Art

Friday, April 25th:

Friday Film Screenings at Columbus Theatre

Saturday Afternoon, April 26th:

Saturday Film Screenings Part 1 at Columbus Theatre

Saturday Evening, April 26th:

Saturday Film Screenings Part 2 at Columbus Theatre

Sunday, April 27th:

Sunday Film Screenings at Cable Car Cinema

Ticket Information:

Tickets may be purchased the day of event at the venue box office
Cash and credit cards accepted at all events
Box office opens 30 minutes before event or first screening of the day

General Admission Film Screening: $10
Seniors (60+)/Students/RIFC member (with ID): $8 or 2 tickets for $10 (may be used at same screening or different screenings)
Music Event (Wednesday, April 23): $10
Limelight Party & Art Exhibit (Thursday, April 24): $20  (includes free ticket to any screening)
Closing Night Party (Sunday, April 27): $10

Festival Passes:

VIP Badge: $60
(includes access to all Films, Music Events & Parties along with a SENE Poster, SENE T-Shirt and a personalized VIP Badge)
All Access Pass: $40
(includes access to all Films, Music Events & Parties along with a SENE Poster)
Weekend Film Pass $25 
(includes access to all Films from Friday, April 25 through Sunday, April 27)

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This six-day event is entirely volunteer run and all donations received go towards producing the festival and supporting the work of independent filmmakers, musicians, and artists. If you would like to make a donation to keep the festival going, visit the donate page of the SENE Fest website.

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Upcoming Events for February 23rd to March 1st

There are many great events to attend this week; the Providence French Film Festival continues, and we have a Ludovico Ensemble concert, screenings and discussions of several movies, a Giambattista Bodoni exhibit, a performance by The Providence Singers, and as always, the Pawtucket Wintertime Farmers Market. We hope you enjoy this selection of events, and if you have any special events to recommend, be sure to drop us a line.


Sunday, February 23rd

Providence French Film Festival: Asphalt Playground 12:00pm

Providence French Film Festival: The Last of the Unjust 2:15pm

Providence French Film Festival: Guilty 6:30pm

Providence French Film Festival: Bowling 9:00pm


Monday, February 24th

Providence French Film Festival: Populaire 6:30pm

Ludovico Ensemble Concert 8:00pm

Brown University’s Department of Music will present the Ludovico Ensemble Monday night at 8pm. The Ludovico Ensemble was founded in 2002 by Nicholas Tolle and promotes the music the European and American avant-garde movements. The ensemble will premiere two French works that feature the cimbalom: Mark Andre’s “AB I” and Yan Maresz’s “Sul Segno.” This program was made possible through the generous support of The French-American Fund for Contemporary Music.

Providence French Film Festival: Far from Vietnam 9:00pm


Tuesday, February 25th

The Loving Story: Screening and Discussion 6:30pm

“The Loving Story” is the last in a four-part series offered by the Center for Slavery and Justice at Brown. The film series is meant to mark the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s March on Washington. After a screening of the film, a discussion will be moderated by Africana Studies professor, Francois Hamlin.


Wednesday, February 26th

Pawtucket Winter Farmer’s Market 4:00pm

Local food in every season. The chickens are still laying eggs. The salad greens are so leafy and crisp. The onions and garlic are packing spice. The apples and squashes are getting sweeter by the day. Join us for the start of another 365 days of local food. Chefs and eaters, one and all, come enjoy all that grows in Rhode Island year-round!


Thursday, February 27th

Opening Lecture: Giambattista Bodoni Exhibit 6:00pm

The Providence Public Library will celebrate the 200th anniversary of the death of Giambattista Bodoni, one of history’s most important typographers and printers with an exhibition and opening lecture by the eminent typographer, Matthew Carter. The exhibition will be on display through mid-April.

“A Place at the Table”: Screening and Discussion 6:00pm

The Garden Grille, Wildflour Bakery, and the Grance present a community screening and discussion of “A Place at the Table,” a film documenting the issue of hunger in the United States, and offering solutions toward ending the hunger struggle of 50 million Americans each year.


Saturday, March 1st

Pawtucket Winter Farmer’s Market 9:00am

Providence French Film Festival: Laurence Anyways 2:15pm

The Providence Singers Perform Haydn and Mozart 8:00pm

The Providence Singers present Christine Noel, directing three substantive pieces of the classical era by Joseph Haydn & Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart by a chamber orchestra and soloists. Joining the Providence Singers are soloists soprano Teresa Wakim, mezzo-soprano Emily Marvosh, tenor Greg Zavracky, & baritone Nicholas R. Laroche.

(Photo via: Seaside Stitches, Tina Craig, 2013 )