New Jersey Film Festival
Saturday-February 10-Voorhees Hall #105-7PM $12; $10; $9
Fractured - Arnold Chun (Lawndale, California)
Inspired by true events, this short dramatic film centers on a family that suffers the consequences of untreated mental health illness. 2017; 14 min.
Two Strangers Who Meet Five Times - Marcus Markou (London, England)
Two strangers meet at five key turning points over the duration of their lives. 2017; 12 min.
Clasico – Eli Korn (Tel Aviv, Israel)
A complex relationship between two brothers, David and Kobi, who are traveling to Barcelona for the "El Classiso" soccer match, are revealed due to an unexpected delay. A forced journey around the airport will lead them to shocking revelations, fateful decisions, and a very satisfying conclusion. In Hebrew, subtitled. 2017; 18 min. With a Q+A session with Director Eli Korn!
Dovere For Camden - Douglas Clayton (Lawrenceville, New Jersey)
Dovere is an Italian word for responsibility, respect. Once thriving cities around the world are broken and have lost their self-respect. One of them, Camden, New Jersey, has been called the Murder Capital of America. This is the story of how a small group of courageous citizens are giving hope to a Camden neighborhood by turning an abandoned bar into a miracle. They are trying to breathe life into a decaying city by investing their creativity, hearts, souls and treasure to provide a point of light, a beacon of hope to its residents. They are delivering dovere. 2017; 27 min. With a Q+A session with Director Douglas Clayton! Co-Sponsored by the Rutgers University Centers for Global Advancement and International Affairs (GAIA Centers) and the Rutgers University Office of Disability Services!