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Winners of the 2019 New Jersey International Film Festival Competition Announced! All the works that were part of the New Jersey International Film Festival Competition were selected by a panel of judges including media professionals, journalists, students, and academics. These judges selected the 20 finalists which were publicly screened at our Festival. The finalists were selected from 498 works submitted by filmmakers from around the world. In addition, the judges chose the Prize Winners in conjunction with the Festival Director. ... READ ON

Matthew White’s wonderful documentary House of Stronzo Premieres at the New Jersey International Film Festival on Saturday, June 8, 2019!... READ ON

Nick Mead’s soulful documentary Clarence Clemons: Who Do I Think I Am screens at the New Jersey International Film Festival on Friday, June 7, 2019!... READ ON

Timely feature Little Histories screens on Sunday, June 2 at the New Jersey International Film Festival! ... READ ON








Aleksi has its NY/NJ Premiere on Saturday, June 1 at the New Jersey International Film Festival! ... READ ON

How many times can you watch Keanu Reeves inflict head trauma on faceless Asian goons before it gets repetitive? The third installment of the hitherto rewarding John Wick franchise answers this question in its opening 20 minutes but repeats the formula over and over regardless, leaving its audience in a mentally numbed state by the time it reaches its uninspired climax, in which Keanu Reeves inflicts more head trauma on an army of faceless Asian goons.... READ ON

As the saxophone played alongside the Great Wall of China, a voice bellowed, “Who do you think you are?” The man playing the sax was Clarence Clemons and he was in China on a quest to learn the answer to that very question.... READ ON

One of the challenges in making a short film is telling a complete story.  The Reservoir is one that both succeeds and makes you wonder if you will ever see the main characters again - either in a longer film or a television or web-based series.  The film was Jordan Rowe’s thesis at New York University.  It’s a story about two friends, Aaron (played by Jared Gilman) and Grant (played by Eli Bridges), who are about to graduate high school in North Caldwell, New Jersey.... READ ON

On February 12, 2009, jazz guitarist Coleman Mellett was among the 50 people who lost their lives when Continental Flight 3407 crashed just outside Buffalo, New York. He was on his way to perform with the Buffalo Philharmonic as the guitarist with the Chuck Mangione Band. ... READ ON

Between 1992 and 1998, over six seasons and 90 episodes, The Larry Sanders Show chronicled the backstage drama surrounding its titular late night talk show, delivering some of the best satire seen on screens big or small. What could be added to the talk show milieu that wasn’t covered in the late Garry Shandling’s signature show? Well, how about the struggles of a woman in the male dominated world of late night American comedy? Enter Tina Fey in 2006 with 30 Rock, which couldn’t sustain its quality across its subsequent seven seasons but was the funniest show on TV at its height.... READ ON


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