New Jersey premiere of new film: The NameSake
March 15, 2007, 7:30pm, Pollak Theater at Monmouth University
trff 2007 is coming November 2 - 4, 2007. Mark your calendars and stay tuned for upcoming events info!
Two River Film Festival not just a great film festival but a charity for children arts and education..........
Children's animation is a key feature of the 2008 TRFF Children's Festival, proving it's still the international language that unites children of all ages and cultures! TRFF, Small Factory Productions and Prevention First will screen inspirational animations created by children for children, so that they can grow and use their own creativity to face life's challenges. Our partnership with Prevention First represents our admiration for its goals, spirit, and energy. Small Factory Productions offers our children a chance to have fun and discover the joy of expressing themselves. Working with Small Factory Productions, Prevention First and the latest generation of young media artists has been thoroughly rewarding!!
--- CEO & Founder Rosellen Otrakji
> CHARITY : SUPPORT
Turning Lives Around - Serving Women Men and children in in Monmouth County, N.J.
Two River Film Festival supports The Hunger Siteand
Doctors Without Borders to help countries that are in need.
April 23, 2009
First Screening at 4:00 - 5:30PM
Second Screening at 6:00 - 7:30PM
at Clearview Cinemas, Red Bank
TRFF PRESENTS THE
We are proud to support our excellent public schools in this very important image based film/art initiative because the film making process encourages a natural collaboration of music, art, language, and science in order to create magic on the screen. Children involved in this environmental program take lessons beyond the classroom because they have created the messages from their hearts. Small Factory Productions is a special place that nurtures the creative spirit and we applaud them!
says Rosellen Otrakji, CEO & President of The Two River Film Festival.
The 2nd Annual Ocean Film and Arts Festival and National
Ocean Film Festival Alliance (NOFFA) are supported in
part by a grant from the National Marine Sanctuaries
Foundation. NOFFA partners include The Two River Film
Festival, partnered with the Monmouth University Urban
Coast Institute; The Gray’s Reef Ocean Film Festival and
Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary; The Santa Barbara
Ocean Film Festival, The Ocean Channel, Inc (TOC), and the
Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary; and The Alaska
Ocean Film Festival and Alaska Center for the Environment
> NOFFA FILMS AT TRFF
NOFFA event on April 16, 2008 at 7:00pm coming to Clearview TRFF,
National Ocean Film Festival Alliance
Urban Coast Institute at Monmouth University
* Please RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org Please note seating is based on a first come,
first served basis and is not guaranteed.
As a Founding Partner of the National Ocean Film Festival, the aim of the Two River Film Festival is to inspire, entertain and foster a spirit of ocean stewardship for generations through the eyes of the film-maker.
All of us have the responsibility to serve as good stewards of our natural environment. The Two River Film Festival is honored to be working alongside Tony MacDonald, Director of the Urban Coast Institute at Monmouth University; and with our distinguished NOFFA partners.
Together, we hope to explore the ocean frontier through the powerful force of film, revealing the complexity and beauty of our precious oceans.
Two-thirds of the world's surface is covered by water, film helps us focus on worldwide ocean stewardship opportunities as we attempt to moderate our "ecological footprint" in relation to marine life, coastal impacts, and water quality.
This project has been made possible with support of the National Marine Sanctuary Foundationwww.NMSFocean.org
> TRFF SPECIAL SCREENING
invites you and a guest to attend a special screening of SAVING MARRIAGE
Sunday , April 13 | 2:30pm The Paramount Theater
on the Broadwalk Ocean Avenue between Fifth and Sunset FREE and open to public
Soy Andina Director Mitchell Teplitsky was awarded the 2008 Two River Film Festival Global View Award at the Feb 15, 2008 screening of his film Soy Andina by Prof. Bill Mitchell on behalf of the Two River Film Festival.
Soy Andina is an exuberant cross-cultural road trip, bursting with traditional music and dance rarely seen outside the country. Congratulations Mitchell Teplitsky!
A special thank you to Hamilton Jewelers for creating this and all of our Masters awards over the years.
> TRFF MASTER AWARDS 2007
The Two River Film Festival announces
the winners of Masters Award for Leadership and Journalism in the Arts : Joan Lucky & Craig Zeltner