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Thrilling feature The Featherweight screens at the 2024 New Jersey International Film Festival on June 1, 2024

by Morgan Kalmbach - published 2024-05-23

What do our beloved sports champions do after they enter retirement? Some focus on other things besides their past careers such as family and friends, and some find different hobbies to occupy their time. In the case of The Featherweight, they plan their comeback.


 
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Enchanting Animated film Judy's Garden screens at the 2024 New Jersey International Film Festival on Sunday, June 2!

by Al Nigrin - published 2024-05-22

In the enchanting, animated film Judy’s Garden, a woman is confronted by death and taken on a journey through her past. The garden is shown as a cosmic arena of continuous death and renewal, one which all living things, including the gardener herself, are a part of. The film is an ode to these cycles in the natural world and a meditation on what it means to be alive. Here is my interview with Judy’s Garden Director Evie Metz:

2024 New Jersey International Film Festival Video Q+A with The Featherweight Director Robert Kolodny

by Vic Fern - published 2024-05-21

Here is the 2024 New Jersey International Film Festival Video Q+A with The Featherweight Director Robert Kolodny, Producer Bennett Elliot, Festival Judges Morgan Kalmbach, Sarah Lopez and Festival Director Al Nigrin:

2024 New Jersey International Film Festival Video Q+A with Film is Dead. Long Live Film! Director Peter Flynn

by Vic Fern - published 2024-05-19

Here is the 2024 New Jersey International Film Festival Video Q+A with Film is Dead. Long Live Film! Director Peter Flynn, Festival Judge Morgan Kalmbach and Festival Director Al Nigrin:

First Look Review - COMA

by Eric Hillis, TheMovieWaffler.com - published 2024-05-18

The lockdowns of the COVID pandemic feel like a lifetime ago and yet we're still seeing the release of films that were shot under those restrictive conditions. While most of us were making sourdough bread and wearing our PJs all day long, the world's filmmakers were busying themselves by shooting whatever they could in the confines of their homes. Bertrand Bonello was no different. In 2021 he shot Coma in his home and a secluded forest. In contrast with most of the filmmakers who did likewise, Bonello has created something worthwhile here, a film that is often baffling, frequently entertaining and ultimately touching.


 

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2024 New Jersey International Film Festival Fencing for the Edge Video Interview with Director Holly Buechel

by Vic Fern - published 2024-05-18

Here is the 2024 New Jersey International Film Festival Fencing for the Edge Video Interview with Director Holly Buechel hosted by Festival Director Al Nigrin. It was recorded at EBTV:

2024 New Jersey International Film Festival Shame on You Video Interview

by Vic Fern - published 2024-05-17

​​​​​​​Here is the 2024 New Jersey International Film Festival Shame on You Video Interview with Director Jeffrey Himpele and Producer Fred Wherry hosted by Festival Director Al Nigrin. It was recorded at EBTV:

Review: "Wildcat"

by Eric Hillis, TheMovieWaffler.com - published 2024-05-16

Few actors have as much credit in the cinephile bank as Ethan Hawke. While all around him actors are dropping their pants for the Disney dildo, Hawke insists on taking roles he's actually interested in, and working with filmmakers he respects. Nobody bats an eyelid when Hawke name drops some literary figure or arthouse auteur in an interview. We fully believe in him as a well read, thoughtful renaissance man. That wasn't always the case though. Back in 1996 he was roundly mocked for having the audacity to write a novel, met with the sort of snobbish "stick to the day job, stay in your lane" derision we now see levelled at any sports personalities who dare to express an interest in any subject outside their competitive field. Hawke's latest film as director, Flannery O'Connor biopic Wildcat, is so terrible that even the kindest of critics may think Hawke might be better off sticking to his day job after all.

2024 New Jersey International Film Festival Video Overview with Festival Director Al Nigrin

by Vic Fern - published 2024-05-16

Here is the New Jersey International Film Festival Video Overview hosted by Festival Director Al Nigrin. It was recorded at EBTV:

2024 Lighthouse International Film Festival Preview

(LONG BEACH ISLAND, NJ) -- The 2024 Lighthouse International Film Festival (LIFF) takes place June 5-9, on beautiful Long Beach Island. In addition to watching films, festival goers can rub shoulders with producers and directors, attend filmmaker panels, master classes, and party into the night at special events. The festival will screen more than 110 documentary, narrative, short, horror, thriller, and surf films.




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Saturday, June 01, 2024 @ 7:00pm
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Two Enthralling Animation Shorts screen at the 2024 New Jersey International Film Festival on Sunday, June 2!

Much like similar filmmaking forms, stop-motion filmmaking requires careful consideration and planning from those who choose to utilize it. The product is a beautiful testament to the film’s story and its makers if done successfully. For the case of the cinematically stunning Tennis, Oranges directed by Sean Pecknold, and enchanting and enthralling Judy’s Garden, directed by Evie Metz, this is incontestably the case.


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