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Check out the EBTV New Jersey Film Festival Interview with Etienne Labbouz -- Director of the poetic documentary Diwali which screens at the New Jersey Film Festival this coming Friday, February 7, 2020. ... READ ON

Here is our interview with the The Twelve Thousand Director Eric Davis and Producer Randy Watson:... READ ON

Here is our interview with the The Seahorse Trainer Directors Ricardo Bonisoli and Babak Bina:... READ ON

Here is the short interview I conducted with Greene Dreams co-directors Quinn Turon and Nadia Boyea:... READ ON

Here is the short interview I conducted with Two Director Vasilios Papaioannu: ... READ ON

Here is the short interview I conducted recently with Daughter Director Daria Kashcheeva who is based in Pargue, Czech Republic: ... READ ON

The New Jersey Film Festival Spring 2020 will take place from January 25 through February 28. Showcasing new international films, American independent features, experimental and short subjects, classic revivals, and cutting-edge documentaries. Screenings take place on select Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings on the Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey.... READ ON

Over their relatively short filmmaking careers, the Safdie brothers (Josh and Benny) have established themselves as the chroniclers du jour of New York street life, employing that city in a way rarely seen since the 1970s. They’ve earned a reputation for mining striking performances from inexperienced actors like Arielle Holmes and Buddy Duress, but recently they’ve begun dropping superstars into their unique mix, with Robert Pattinson leading a largely otherwise amateur cast in their previous film, Good Time. ... READ ON

When California-based filmmaker Robert Rippberger sought scripts that had entertaining stories of social impact, he whittled over 120 submissions down to a few.  One of the finalists was Strive - a film by Sha-Risse Smith and Piper Dellums about a teenager named Kalani who is trying to go from a Harlem housing project to the Ivy League.... READ ON

The underlying eroticism that can be found in much gothic storytelling comes to the fore in writer / director Céline Sciamma’s Portrait of a Lady on Fire. It’s a gothic romance that holds to its tradition for much of its running time, keeping its passions suppressed before ripping away its bodice for a celebration of forbidden sensual pleasures indulged away from the disapproving eyes of society.... READ ON

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