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United States Super 8 Film + DV Festival Celebrates 30th Anniversary!... READ ON

AO’s Romantic Road Drama Starlit Premieres At The New Jersey Film Festival On Sunday, February 11, 2018! ... READ ON

James Lester’s Sexy and insightful Documentary Getting Naked: A Burlesque Story will be Premiering at the New Jersey Film Festival on Saturday, February 3, 2018!... READ ON

Scott Perlman’s Sci Fi Feature Andover will be Premiering at the New Jersey Film Festival on Friday, February 2, 2018! ... READ ON








Roger Paradiso’s Timely Documentary The Lost Village will be Premiering at the New Jersey Film Festival on Sunday, January 28, 2018! ... READ ON

Should you decide to visit your local cinema to take in a showing of Phantom Thread, Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest offbeat character study, you might want to make a bit more effort with your wardrobe than you’re accustomed to for such outings. After spending 130 minutes totally immersed in the world of 1950s high fashion, I felt like an utter rube walking out of the cinema in my jeans and hoody combo.... READ ON

Dovere is an Italian word for responsibility, respect.   Joseph M. Paprzycki and Pepe Piperno felt a responsibility to deliver the respect that their beloved, broken city - Camden, New Jersey - deserved. Once a thriving city, Camden fell on hard times in the 1960s and 1970s. Drugs, crime, and corrupt politicians brought the city to its knees. Joe, Pepe, and a small group of folks came together to breathe life into Camden by investing their creativity, hearts, souls, and treasure to turn what used to be Joe’s grandfather’s abandoned bar into a professional theatre.... READ ON

What must those modern cinemagoers who cry “SPOILER!” whenever a critic mentions the most innocuous of plot details make of movies like Sunset Boulevard, Citizen Kane or Carlito’s Way, which not only open in media res, but reveal the ultimate fate of their protagonists? I’m forced to admit myself that in the case of the aforementioned Brian de Palma gangster epic, it does seem a little pointless, and sucks much of the tension out of the film’s otherwise expertly crafted climax.... READ ON

Tiger Ji’s Surreal Short Feature Pluto will be World Premiering at the New Jersey Film Festival on Friday, January 26, 2018! ... READ ON

In the past, I’ve written a few film reviews on my blog, the majority of them for small independent films or documentaries. But what they’ve all had in common is a connection to the arts. So it shouldn’t be too much of a stretch that I’ve decided to review a major feature film also connected to the world of arts in its own unique way: The Greatest Showman.... READ ON


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