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The terrific feature film Occupy, Texas has its East Coast Premiere at the 2016 New Jersey International Film Festival on Opening Night Saturday, June 4!


By Al Nigrin

originally published: 10/24/2016

The terrific feature film Occupy, Texas has its East Coast Premiere at the 2016 New Jersey International Film Festival on Opening Night Saturday, June 4!

The terrific feature film Occupy, Texas has its East Coast Premiere at the 2016 New Jersey International Film Festival on Opening Night Saturday, June 4!

Here is a video interview I did with Occupy, Texas Writer/Lead Actor Gene Gallerano for EBTV:

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Three terrific shorts will be screened before Occupy, Texas. Here is more info on this screening:



 
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Mother’s Day – Jeff Tan (Long Island City, New York)  Tragedy forces a mother and son to say goodbye. Starring Academy Award Winner Melissa Leo. 2016; 7 min.With an introduction and Q+A session with Director Jeff Tan and Lead Actor Gabriel Furman!

Jef Needs Ice Cream Dave Conte  (Astoria, New York)  A comedic short about a guy named Jef who goes to his friend's apartment to smoke some left-over weed, only to realize that Brad didn't leave any ice cream behind in his fridge. 2015; 11 min. With an introduction and Q+A session with Director Dave Conte! 

D.L. Fitzsimmons presents: The Class Acts Nicholas Stonehouse (Sewell, New Jersey) The members of a vaudeville troupe decide to rebuild their show and give the limelight one last shot. 2015; 18 min. With an introduction and Q+A session with Director Nicholas Stonehouse!

Occupy, Texas Jeff Barry (New York, New York) A timely feature film about life after a failed ‘revolution’:  having spent 7 years in New York City, fighting against Wall Street greed, a disillusioned protester goes back to his upper middle-class home in Texas, where he must repair his rift with his two teenage sisters, and with his past. 2015; 93 min.  With an introduction and Q+A session with Director Jeff Barry and Lead Actor Gene Gallerano!

Saturday, June 4, 2016 at 7:00 p.m.


Voorhees Hall #105/Rutgers University


71 Hamilton Street, New Brunswick, New Jersey


$12=General; $10=Students+Seniors; $9=Rutgers Film Co-op Friends


Information: (848) 932-8482;
www.njfilmfest.com

Jimmy John’s of New Brunswick and Capitol Corn & Confections will be providing free food prior to all New Jersey International Film Festival Screenings!




Albert Gabriel Nigrin is an award-winning experimental media artist whose work has been screened on all five continents. He is also a Cinema Studies Lecturer at Rutgers University, and the Executive Director/Curator of the Rutgers Film Co-op/New Jersey Media Arts Center, Inc.



 
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