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July 17 @ 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
FilmOneFest – back as a normal festival after a year online.
Film festival to feature submissions by aspiring filmmakers from over 104 countries.
Event Day, Saturday, July 17
FilmOneFest formally begins at 7:00 PM at the marina, with music and food at 9:00 PM, the screening of more than 50 of the best short films of 2021 begins. Judges’ top picks will be announced, including the Gartenberg Memorial Award for Excellence in Filmmaking. Other awards include Best Comedy, Best Drama, Best Animation, Best Sci Fi, Best Experimental, Best Student, Best NJ Filmmaker, Best Documentary, and Director’s Choice. New categories include Female Filmmaker and Urban Filmmaker. The perennial favorite Audience Choice Award will be back, selected in real time by the audience and will be given a $100 prize as well.
Walk-in admission is free for the main screen/lawn; no pre-registration is required. Lawn chairs and blankets are permitted on the great lawn. The event is ADA Listening devices available. This year there will be no premium or VIP seating though we hope to bring it back next year.
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Rain date is Sunday, July 18; if it rains on July 18th, a new date will be selected in the fall. Up-to-minute updates will be posted on the website, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram in the event of bad weather.
Volunteer and Sponsor Supported
FilmOneFest is a project of the Atlantic Highlands Arts Council, a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization whose mission is to strengthen community through the arts. For more information about their gallery openings, free art classes etc, go to www.aharts.org.
This program is made possible in part by Monmouth Arts through funding from the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders and The New Jersey State Council on the Arts.