The Providence Children’s Film Festival is back with ten days of films about children from all over the place. Some titles are particularly rare, like this Swedish children’s horror movie, making its American debut in Providence. Three new friends at a summer camp deal with mysterious happenings in their room, one which hasn’t been occupied in sixty years. It’s intended for a younger audience so director Emilie Lindblom went for spooky atmospherics instead of genuine terror; it’s very PG. It’s also the rare – the first? – horror movie about a summer camp where no one’s having sex.