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Thanks to everyone for an amazing weekend. Our complete list of winners can be found HERE
The Press of Atlantic City did a nice write up on the festival. Check it out below.
Friday night After-Party at Atlantic City Cinefest Oct 14 at Vagabonds Kitchen & Tap House, 672 N Trenton Ave. Atlantic City. Must have ticket from opening night film block or Weekend Pass for admission.
Also, Dusk, the night club at Caesars, offers free admission to festival goers after the after-party.
Join us on Saturday Oct. 15th @ Dante Hall (1-3 pm) as Blanche Baker, Peter Dobson, Kevin Interdonato, and Scott L. Schwartz discuss the latest in filmmaking.
Moderated by AC Cinefest Board of Trustee Ned Eckhardt
Tickets for the 2016 AC Cinefest are now available online. You can order tickets for individual films, day passes, or a weekend pass. Check out the TICKETS page.
Check out these press accounts of the festival
Sixteen Candles comes to Atlantic City. Join us on Saturday Night, October 15th (9pm) at Dante Hall to relive the 80’s classic. Special appearance by Blanche Baker, who played Molly Ringwald’s older sister,Ginny. The Emmy Award winning actress has also appeared in Jersey Justice, Raw Deal and the Seduction of Joe Tynan among dozens of film and TV appearances. We’re excited to welcome her to AC Cinefest!
Films have been selected for the festival. We are just waiting for confirmation of the hours at the Arts Garage before we release all those accepted. We can tell you that the opening night films Oct. 14 at Dante Hall include “The Demo” a short starring Red Bank native, Peter Dobson, followed by “Dirty Frank,” a drama shot entirely in New Jersey by first time director, Mendham’s Tony Germinario. The film stars Kevin Interdonato, Tom Sizemore and last year’s honoree, Brian O’Halloran.