"Trinity's Triumph" Movie, Written by NJ Priest, Debuts on Streaming Services
The feature-length film Trinity's Triumph is now available to stream online. Unique to the film is that it was written by a Catholic priest, Father Stephen Fichter and though it is fiction reflects his experiences through engaging characters. It is the story of three young men who enter the seminary guided by the wise and lovable mentor, Monsignor Heck (played by Joe Morton of Scandal). What begins as a single mission becomes divided, and each seminarian must decide what God is asking of them. They struggle individually and must be true to their calling with the help of Monsignor Heck's influence.
"The Beast Comes at Midnight" is Available on Amazon
The Beast Comes at Midnight offers a new twist to the werewolf story. An outcast teenage live streamer must enlist the help of four popular kids after he discovers that a werewolf is tracking one of them in their small rural town. Available on Amazon, the film has a few instantly recognizable actors and a bit of a Jersey connection.
Teaneck International Film Festival Wraps Its 18th Anniversary Proving It's A Force of Unity and Reconciliation
(TEANECK, NJ) -- Thousands of people from diverse backgrounds came to Teaneck to attend and celebrate "the film festival with a social conscience" with its permanent theme of Activism: Making Change. In a township that media has most recently portrayed as fractured by tensions in the Middle East the Teaneck International Film Festival (TIFF) proved that this community rises above divisiveness and in the spirit of the Teaneck tradition comes together even in the most challenging of times.
Low Cut Connie releases trailer for film, "Art Dealers"
South Philadelphia-based rock 'n' roll artist Low Cut Connie has released the official trailer for his new film Art Dealers, a feature length companion to his critically-acclaimed album Art Dealers that was released last month via Contender Records. Following its official premiere at the Richmond International Film Festival where it took home their 2023 Artistic Vision Award, the film will screen at the Philadelphia Film Festival, as well as Minneapolis' Sound Unseen Festival.