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 New Jersey Film Festival 2013

New Jersey Film Festival 2013

Continuing to spotlight home-grown filmmakers with "Jersey Fresh" program

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For over three decades, the New Jersey Film Festival has been a film laboratory of sorts, presenting work by independent and experimental filmmakers from around the world – and keeping a spotlight on home-grown filmmakers from the Garden State with their Jersey Fresh program.  Festival Director and Rutgers University Professor Albert G. Nigrin talks about the current season, which features the documentary Set For Life, a romantic comedy called Starting From Scratch (image left), and more unusual selections like the animated shorts Retrocognition and Animation Hotline (images below).

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An Evening of New and Classic Works with Symphony in C and violinist Maria Bachmann

An Evening of New and Classic Works with Symphony in C and violinist Maria Bachmann

Earl B. Lewis: National Treasure - highlighting the works of E.B. Lewis, renowned children’s illustrator and fine artist

Earl B. Lewis: National Treasure - highlighting the works of E.B. Lewis, renowned children’s illustrator and fine artist