Governor Murphy attended a ceremony to trumpet the 112,000-square-foot facility from The Criterion Group, which has big plans for more production spaces in the area outside of Liberty State Park. The post Grand Opening Held for Largest Film Facility in New Jersey appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Frankenstein went to Princeton too! Can you find Frankenstein in this video about Princeton University? Reply with Run Time notation in Comments below. Take a virtual Visit at this Historic Ivy League campus in New Jersey with computer voiced narration. Filmed 2019. RT 3:28 https://youtu.be/TQDFTEsQCuY #Frankenstein #education #universities Here are aerial videos of Princeton from […]
http://jerseyboysmovie.com In theaters June 20th. From director Clint Eastwood comes the big-screen version of the Tony Award-winning musical “Jersey Boys.” The film tells the story of four young men from the wrong side of the tracks in New Jersey who came together to form the iconic 1960s rock group The Four Seasons. The story of […]
A new ordinance revamping zoning regulations could help a film production facility rise at a former industrial property near the Bayonne Bridge. The post Bayonne Looks to Facilitate a Film Studio on 70 Waterfront Acres appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Albert G. Nigrin, Director of the New Jersey Film Festival, speaks about a few of the present season’s award-winning entrances, consisting of Animation Hotline, Retrocognition, the documentary Set For Life, as well as champion of Best Short Film in the Super 8 classification, Last Of Our Kind.
The Thomas Edison Media Arts Consortium provides the 46th Annual NJ Young Filmmakers’ Festival Best opening weekend break – Friday August 28th, 7:00 pm through Sunday August 30th, 10:00 pm . Twenty-six prize-winning short films in the styles of story, documentary, experimental as well as computer animation will certainly be screened by means of YouTube […]
http://screencrush.com – At the initial ever public testing of ‘World War Z,’ Brad Pitt turned up to surprise followers in Hoboken, NJ as well as introduce the film.
This Technicolor color film was produced in 1956 for the New Jersey Bell Telephone Company, and based on a 1953 John T. Cunningham book This is New Jersey. The film opens with a bird’s eye view of New Jersey (1:00), bordered by Philadelphia and New York City (1:12-1:28), Cape May (1:33) and High Point (1:40). […]
A deal is in place to repurpose two separate industrial properties near Liberty State Park into Class A film production spaces. The post Two More State-of-the-Art Film Studios Coming to Jersey City appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The popular cultural event will be expanding across the Hudson River for their 19th year, as the Mile Square City’s north end will be accommodating parts of the festival. The post Hoboken Set to Host Tribeca Film Festival Events appeared first on Jersey Digs.