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Asbury Park, N.J. February 12, 2018 - The Garden State Film Festival announced today that the film It's Up to You, It's Up to Me, directed by Turnersville resident, Eileen Lucarini will screen at the 2018 Garden State Film Festival located in Asbury Park.

In a world that can sometimes be unkind, a group of young children believe that we can change our world through kind words and kind deeds. Their song is a call to action for the rest of us.

“We are excited to present It's Up to You, It's Up to Me as a part of our 16th Annual Film Festival in Asbury Park, and shine a spotlight on the extraordinary talent from our state,” says Lauren Concar, the festival’s Executive Director.

The film will screen on Saturday, March 24, 2018 11:45am-1:45pm at Senior Center during the Garden State Film Festival which runs from March 22-March 25, 2018.  Individual screening tickets are $15 in advance and $17 at the door. Weekend passes are $50 in advance and $55 at the door. Day Passes are also available - the Saturday Day Pass is $30 and Sunday Day Pass is $25. Tickets are available at www.gsff.org and at festival box offices. For more information about this film and other programs, please visit the GSFF website at www.gsff.org.  To contact the filmmaker, email: thecowproject@gmail.com

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About the Garden State Film Festival:

The Garden State Film Festival (GSFF) was envisioned by 25-year film industry veteran Diane Raver and the late Hollywood actor Robert Pastorelli in 2002 and launched the following year. Since 2003, thousands of films have made their public premiers, hundreds of thousands of people from around the world have attended; and the total infusion of cash to local businesses sinceinception exceeds $5 million. It was held in Asbury Park, in and around the Convention Center complex. From 2014 to 2017, it was held in Atlantic City. Beginning in 2018, it will move back to Asbury Park. The GSFF is a 501-c-3 non- profit organization. For more information about the GardenState Film Festival, contact: info@gsff.org

 

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