Monday, October 31, 2005

Coalition for Quality Children's Media screens in Adams and Williamstown

Source: Sandra Thomas, 413 458 1039, Images Cinema


Adams and Williamstown, Mass. -- Images Cinema’s presentations of Kids First! continues in November. The Kids First! Film Club is a project of the Coalition for Quality Children’s Media, and the content of Kid’s First programs are free of gratuitous violence, bias, or inappropriate sexual content.

During the month of November there will be three screenings, one in Adams,presented in partnership with the Youth Center, Inc (located at the Adams Community Center Main Hall, 20 East Street) and two at Images Cinema, at 50 Spring Street, Williamstown. Admission for screenings at Images Cinema is $2, and Any questions about this program can be directed to Janet Curran, (413) 458-1039, or Elizabeth Baker, (413) 743-3550.

**Wednesday, November 9 at 2pm**
Images Cinema, Williamstown, MA
SpongeBob SquarePants episodes

Join SpongeBob, Patrick, Squidward, and Gary at Bikini Bottom. (suggested ages 8-12)

**Saturday, November 12 at 10am**
Images Cinema, Williamstown, MA
DORA THE EXPLORER (30 minutes, suggested ages 2-5)

MISS SPIDER’S SUNNY PATCH FRIENDS (30 minutes, suggested ages 2-5) Animated series based on the popular David Kirk picture books.

PAPRIKA (7 minutes, suggested ages 5-8)
An animated tale about the discovery of vitamin C in pepper.

RIKKI TIKKI TAVI (26 minutes, suggested ages 5-12)
The classic Disney animation based on Rudyard Kipling’s book about a mongoose adopted by a British family.

GOING TO SCHOOL IN INDIA (10 minutes, suggested ages 5-12)
A documentary short.

**Saturday, November 19 at 10am**
Youth Center Inc., Adam, MA
ROBOTS (91 minutes, suggested ages 5-12)

Rodney Copperbottom is a small town robot who has a gift for inventing things and a hope of moving beyond his quaint surroundings. Armed with his unique talent for inventing, Rodney embarks on a journey to Robot City, but once there he finds that things are not quite as he expected.

One of the few year-round single-screen nonprofit cinemas left in the country, Images Cinema is ever expanding its programming to meet the educational and cultural needs of the community, while maintaining its dedication to quality independent film. Images Cinema is supported in part by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency. Current happenings are listed at


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