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video: New Waterfire Documentary Premieres at The Vets—Sneak Peek

Saturday, December 01, 2012

 

WaterFire: The Art & Soul of a City, a full-length documentary about the renowned Providence arts event, will premiere tonight in a special one-time screening at The Vets.

Two-time New England Emmy award-winning Executive Producer and former television sportscaster Joe Rocco, in cooperation with WaterFire creator and award-winning sculptor, Barnaby Evans, have lead a team of broadcast pros to produce this compelling documentary, which will be presented in high definition at the Vets on Saturday.

What's behind the unique event that's drawn more than 15 million visitors since its inception, and now commands attention on two continents? Check out this special excerpt for GoLocalProv, and go here to learn more about this remarkable collaboration.

 

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