The Nassau Film Festival will once again focus on presenting short films - works that run anywhere from 30 seconds to 20 minutes in length by new and current filmmakers. Founded in 2015, the annual festival has screened national and international films from all genres by filmmakers as well as student filmmakers. The Festival seeks not only to educate, but to inspire community cooperation, bring people together and provide an avenue of expression for new and current filmmakers. Lew Goldstein got the idea to start the festival after noticing a gap in the Princeton film scene. “I felt there was a void for individuals who focused on short documentaries and short films. These are all remarkable films that deserve to be seen,” he says. Last year’s Festival received approximately 250 submissions. This year that number has grown exponentially with over 250 films being submitted by students and non-students from all over the world. “The response was so overwhelming that we decided to make it a 2-day event” says Goldstein. In addition to extraordinary independent films from Iran, France, Greece, Italy, and India, the Nassau Film Festival will also celebrate filmmakers from the U.S. and from right here in Princeton. Interested in becoming a sponsor? Please head to the website provided above for more information!