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United States Super 8 Film + DV Festival Celebrates 31st Anniversary!... READ ON

Kathleen Dougherty Huxley’s documentary Vermont Fancy Premieres at the 2019 New Jersey Film Festival on Sunday, February 10.  ... READ ON

Emily Kassie’s important documentary A Girl Named C Premieres at the New Jersey Film Festival on Saturday, February 9, 2019!... READ ON

New Jersey Film Festival Premieres Two Documentaries by Princeton Filmmakers on Friday, February 8, 2019! ... READ ON

The New Jersey Film Festival World Premieres Anthony Maranville’s Mimi Vang Olsen: Pet Portraitist this Friday, February 1!... READ ON

Ricardo Lorenzo, a filmmaker based in Ewing, is currently running an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign to raise funds for a film called An Unlikely Story.  The film is about Syl who struggles to commit suicide until she meets Jeff, a lonely cannibal, desperate for friendship. The two make a pact in which Jeff will kill then consume Syl in order to obtain an eternal friendship. As their unlikely friendship blossoms, Jeff and Syl struggle to understand where their relationship truly lies. ... READ ON

Zack Morrison’s musical comedy Everything’s Fine: A Panic Attack in D Major Premieres at the New Jersey Film Festival on Sunday, January 27, 2019 at Rutgers University.... READ ON

David Bellarosa is a filmmaker from New Jersey currently living in Austin, Texas.  His first feature film, Here We Are, is a terrific coming of age story about a writer that finds himself seemingly trapped, broke, and stuck in Austin. Unlike typical slacker films, this is one of hope.... READ ON

Writer/director Nuri Bilge Ceylan follows up his 2014 Palme d’Or winner Winter Sleep with another lengthy drama set in rural Turkey. And as with his previous film, The Wild Pear Tree gives us a protagonist who considers himself the intellectual and moral superior of the residents of a town he wishes to “drop an atom bomb on.”... READ ON

Within two minutes, I knew I wanted to write about Mimi Vang Olsen: Pet Portraitist.  It’s a wonderful film - just over a half hour long - that chronicles the last West Village painter with her own storefront as she enters the lives of several eccentric clients and immortalizes their pets.  ... READ ON

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