BRICK TOWNSHIP — Brick Township filmmaker Tage Barbato’s “Bestial Tongues-Immolate” will be shown at the Garden State Film Festival [GSFF] and is among the 230 feature length films, short films, videos, documentaries, comedies, children’s, thrillers, student films and home-grown films shot in New Jersey selected for the festival.
The Garden State Film Festival is celebrating its 21st anniversary from March 23 to 26.
The film festival celebrates the independent film genre by bringing a selection of original works from locally produced filmmakers as well as from around the world.
The festival’s Executive Director, Lauren Concar Sheehy, said, “We are extremely proud to present “Bestial Tongues-Immolate” as a part of our 21st annual film festival, and to share this work with our global audience.”
“Bestial Tongues-Immolate” will screen on March 25 in the screening block from 8:30 to 11:15 p.m. at Asbury Lanes, Asbury Park.
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