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New Jersey Film Festival Premieres amazing documentary The Kingdom: How Fungi Made Our World on Friday, September 28!... READ ON

Dimitri de Clercq's gorgeous feature film You Go To My Head Premieres at the Fall 2018 New Jersey Film Festival this Friday, September 21!... READ ON

Christopher Allan Thomas’s animated short film Hi Five The Cactus Premieres at the Fall 2018 New Jersey Film Festival this Sunday, September 16!... READ ON

Christopher Wells’s psych-horror film The Luring has its World Premiere at the Fall 2018 New Jersey Film Festival this Saturday, September 15!... READ ON








Michael Gallagher’s terrific feature Funny Story Premiere’s at the Fall 2018 New Jersey Film Festival this Friday, September 14!... READ ON

Andrew Marc Kotatko’s brilliant film Whoever Was Using This Bed opens the Fall 2018 New Jersey Film Festival on Friday, September 14!... READ ON

“As a kid, I was always drawn to the darkness,” said filmmaker Christopher Wells.  “I’d think, ‘Why can’t monsters protect me? If I’m friends with the monsters then I don’t have anything to fear.’”... READ ON

A few weeks ago the body of a 14-year-old schoolgirl was discovered around the corner from where I’m sitting writing this review. Within hours of the tragic discovery, two 13-year-old boys had been arrested. The police had their work simplified by a series of damning posts across social media which pointed to the guilt of the boys in question. Increasingly, when young people go missing or have their lives taken from them, police investigations are now focused more on trawling through the victim’s internet history in search of clues rather than the pavement pounding of old.... READ ON

Earlier this year saw the release of On Chesil Beach, an adaptation of an Ian McEwan novel centered around a wealthy musician who can’t bring herself to have sex with her husband. Now we get The Children Act, an adaptation of an Ian McEwan novel centred around a wealthy musician who can’t bring herself to have sex with her husband. Both are scripted by the novelist himself, and both suggest McEwan should stick to the literary world.... READ ON

(NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ) -- The New Jersey Film Festival Fall 2018 runs from September 14 to October 26 on the Rutgers University Campus in New Brunswick, NJ. Showcasing new international films, American independent features, animation, experimental and short subjects, and cutting-edge documentaries, the New Jersey Film Festival Fall 2018 will feature over 30 film screenings.  The Festival runs on select Thursday, Friday and Sunday evenings. For the complete schedule visit www.NJFilmFest.com. Here is a look at the screenings for September.... READ ON


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