The Garden State Film Festival returns for its 20th year and, for the second year, Cranford will host screenings. While the majority of screenings and events take place in Asbury Park, the Cranford Theater will screen a few short films as well as two feature films including films shot in New Jersey.
The two dates for Cranford are March 23 and 26 at the Cranford Theatre.
The films broadcast on Wednesday 23 are:
- The Glasya Heresy
- Smiling death face
- TO HIT
On SAT. on the 26th, the offerings will be:
- I am a vampire
- Fourth year
“Fourth Year” stars William Baldwin, Mena Suvari and Teri Polo. The IMDB Synopsis:
When a brick of weed is discovered in a fifth grade classroom, the students’ parents come together in an emergency meeting full of accusations and intrigue. A tumultuous chaos will quickly follow after some of them agree to share a joint.
Cranford Theater owner Doreen Sayegh told TapInto.net that “We are delighted to welcome back the GSFF for its second year at the Cranford Theatre.” “The festival provides a great opportunity for our guests to experience wonderful independent films on the big screen.”
The Garden State Film Festival will screen more than 200 films in total at Asbury Park, Ocean Grove and Cranford, with the bulk of them at Asbury Park. The festival includes all kinds of visual media; in addition to short and feature films, clips, web series, foreign and student films. Many filmmakers also host Q&A sessions. There are usually a lot of celebrity sightings.
Tickets for all events can be purchased here.
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