The Black Maria Film Festival, held annually since 1981 at New Jersey City University, honors the vision of Thomas Edison, New Jersey inventor and creator of the motion picture. It was Edison’s New Jersey studio, the world’s first, known as the “Black Maria” from which the festival takes its name. The festival reaches out to diverse audiences in settings including universities, museums, libraries, community organizations, and arts venues. The cutting edge, cross-genre work that makes up the Festival’s touring program has been traveling across the country every year for decades.
|A Pirate Named Ned|
|The Here After|