The Nassau Film Festival will screen several films from around the world, including a film from Iraq with a rarely seen insider’s portrait of the effects of the ISIS insurgency, films from Russia, France and England that have sparked protests, as well as the film “The Ground Is Breathing” from Iran, which was initially banned in that country. The festival will also be screening films from local and regional filmmakers. Movies from South American, Canadian, Australian, Asian and African filmmakers as well as movies from student filmmakers from around the world will be shown.
The 2016 festival will be held at Princeton ‘s Garden Theatre on Sunday, May 15 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Admission is free.
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