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Plainfield Celebrates 150 years
The Queen City Film Festival, a Nonstop Show Group Production, is a community centered film festival based in the historic city of Plainfield, New Jersey; a central jersey hub for culture, cuisine, music, art and now film.
Located 25 miles southwest of Manhattan, Plainfield is the birthplace of one of the greatest Olympians of all time - Milt Campbell, multi platinum recording artists and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees - George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic , home of world renowned scientist and inventor of the microphone Dr. James E. West, childhood home of ABC Network's "The Kids Are Alright star Mary McCormack and final residence of iconic deceased british actor Dudley Moore.
Set with two train stations along the NJ Transit Raritan Valley Line, Plainfield is a is a quick easy commute from the city. With tree-lined streets and Victorian homes set against a unique urban
landscape, the city is a perfect location for the festival, which will attract hundreds of cinephiles to the city for two days of movies, workshops, networking and vendor opportunities, parties and an awards ceremony.
2019 promises to crank the action up a notch with an expanded two day schedule, which will include film production workshops, extended community
mentor outreach, a network luncheon, world premiere screenings, more genres, more screenings, more Q&A’s, a world class opening night party and an awards ceremony at the Historic Ducret Arts School and the newly constructed Cinemark Theaters Watchung located in neighboring Scotch Plains, New Jersey.
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