Three Area Directors Featured In NJ International Film Festival
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – The works of three area directors will be among the nine screened at the New Jersey International Film Festival the weekend of June 10-12.
The festival began June 3 and continues through Sunday, June 19, with screenings every weekend, most shown in room 105, Voorhees Hall, 71 Hamilton St., Rutgers University.
All showings are set for 7 p.m.
Showing on Saturday, June 11, will be “Perspective: The Nick Scott Story,” directed by Robert Nuzzie of South Amboy. It is the story of a once a hopeless paraplegic who went on to defy the odds.
Playing on Friday, June 10 will be “Ashley/Amber,” directed by Rebecca R. Rojer of Maplewood, a dark comedy about a young woman with two seemingly irreconcilable identities. Rojer will make an appearance at the screening.
Scheduled for Sunday, June 12, is “Voices of Sculpture,” directed by Chris Campbell of Hamilton Township, ahigh-definition documentary about the 35-acre Grounds for Sculpture in his hometown founded by J. Seward Johnson.
Festival tickets are priced between $8 and $10. A full schedule of screenings is available atwww.njfilmfest.com. Call 732-932-8482 the day of show to confirm titles.