POSTPONED -- TFF 2020: 5:45PM Thursday, March 26
We are POSTPONING the 2020 Trenton Film Festival out of concern for our patrons safety, due to the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic.
We are looking into alternative weekends later in 2020 to host our festival. We will keep you apprised as soon as we have set the dates.
We will screen at this event:
The Same But Different
(Dir. Art Varga, US, music video, 6min)
In this music video, a young girl learns how small ideas grow into big things.
Go To Hell and Turn Left
(Dir. Carlo Caldana, US, narrative, 1hr 22min)
Reminiscent of Mr. Bean and other silent comics, Olif is a deaf painter struggling with alcohol and the death of his wife Emily. When he sneaks into a reception to play spy for his agent, he sees a woman who bears a striking resemblance to the late Emily.
The Trenton Film Festival is our annual exploration of cutting edge independent cinema from around the world. This year we will feature more than 50 films, including documentaries, narrative storytelling, music videos and animated films, which have been carefully curated by a dedicated jury of film professionals and professors.
We will present post-screening Q&As and receptions that offer audiences the opportunity to interact with filmmakers who are at various stages in their career. Our filmmakers are based as nearby as the Trenton area and as far away as Israel, Italy, Iran, Slovenia and Ukraine.
The 2020 Trenton Film Festival will be presented by Trenton Film Society at Mill Hill Playhouse (Passage Theatre), Thursday-Sunday, March 26-29.
All-Festival Passes are available for $25.
Mill Hill Playhouse (View)
205 East Front Street
Trenton , NJ 08611
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