Looking to attend a film festival in the Garden State? Well, this comprehensive list of upcoming events will keep you informed.
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Here is a list of upcoming film festivals in New Jersey. Dates shown when available:
Arthouse Film Festival
Monmouth and Mountainside
Golden Door International Film Festival
Downbeach Film Festival/Atlantic City Cinefest
New Jersey Young Film & Videomakers Festival
October 14-20 (tentative)
New Jersey Film Festival
New Jersey State Film Festival at Cape May
Cape May City
Rutgers New Jersey Jewish Film Festival
October 30-November 11
Trenton International Film Festival
Teaneck International Film Festival
Black Maria Film + Video Festival
Jersey City and other venues
Garden State Film Festival
April 4-7, 2013
Hoboken International Film Festival
June 1- 7, 2012
Newark Black Film Festival
Jersey Shore Film Festival
Montclair International Film Festival
April 29-May 5
The Not Quite Legal Festival
Lighthouse International Film Festival
Long Beach Island
United States Super 8 Film & Digital Video Festival
New Jersey Independent South Asian Cinefest
New Jersey Jewish Film Festival
Princeton Environmental Film Festival
Troma Dance Film Festival
Awaken! International Spiritual Film Festival
Atlantic City Short Film Festival
Bergenfield Film Festival
Atlantic City International Film & Music Festival
Manalapan Independent Film Festival
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