(Princeton, NJ) -- On Sunday, May 17, Nassau Film Festival, Princeton's newest film festival, will take place at Princeton's Garden Theatre (160 Nassau Street), starting at 11:30 a.m. This event is Free of Charge and open to the public.
Nassau Film Festival gives an opportunity for established and emerging filmmakers to have their short films screened. The roster of filmmakers include Nonny Okwelogu, a graduating senior Princeton University; Tatianna Sims, River Macleod, Jordan Hunter, Talia Zinder, all students at Princeton High School; Troy Buckley, Andrea Mazzariello of Princeton; Ilene Dube of Princeton Junction; Vijay Adirreddy of North Brunswick; James Mercer of Levittown, PA; Jacob Greenawalt of Ardmore, PA; Adam Chinoy of Colonia; Christopher Mendez of New Providence; Luke Lorentzen, a film studies major at Stanford University; and Michael Zayac, a student in the BFA filmmaking program at Montclair University.
For more information, visit www.nassaufilmfestival.org and "like" at www.facebook.com/nassaufilmfestival.
Photo: New Jersey-based filmmaker, Adam Chinoy, a graduate of Fairleigh Dickinson University's Electronic Filmmaking Program, will have his film "Give Me A Beer" screened as part of the Nassau Film Festival on Sunday, May 17th at The Garden Theatre in Princeton, NJ.
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