This exhibit on filmmaking in New Jersey runs until December 12th. If you area in the are make sure to go and see it!
A Celluloid Story: New Jersey’s Filmmaking History
Monday November 3 – Friday December 12, 2014
A star-studded exhibition comes to the Walsh Gallery at
Seton Hall University as A Celluloid Story: New Jersey's'
Filmmaking History opens on November 6, 2014. Curated by
Sarah Hart and Romana Schaeffer, the exhibition celebrates the
anniversary of New Jersey’s statehood by exploring the
state’s pivotal role in film history from 1890-1920. In conjunction
with the exhibit, on November 17, 2014, film historian and author
Dr. Richard Koszarski will give a presentation on New Jersey’s role
in the film industry. A screening of Roscoe “Fatty” Arbuckle’s A
Reckless Romeo will follow the presentation. The exhibition and
program are free and open to the public.