Stephen Moyer’s film: Juveniles to be shown at Garden State Film Festival in March


The Garden State Film Festival will feature Stephen Moyer’s film Juveniles at their 16th Anniversary film festival year this coming March.

We’ve been waiting for this film to see the light of day and now it looks like our wait is over. As the festival celebrates its “Sweet Sixteen” Anniversary in Asbury Park, New Jersey, March 22-25, 2018, they have announced some of the feature selections for this year’s festival and Juveniles is on the list.

They say: Among the selections of films being shown at the Festival is the film, “Juveniles.” The film is directed by Nico Sabenorio and stars Stephen Moyer and Beau Knapp.

The film’s description is: A college-bound young man avenges his father’s death in a generation clash that threatens to destroy not only his future but the future of everyone around him.

Juveniles will be shown on March 24, 2018, at 7:15 pm to 9:00 pm and has a runtime of 1 hour and 28 minutes. It will be screened at the House of Independents in Asbury Park, NJ.


The Garden State Film Festival will welcome celebrities, filmmakers, and fans back to its original home in Asbury Park, from Thursday, March 22nd through Sunday, March 25th at many locations for the Festival’s 16th Anniversary Celebration. The four-day weekend event celebrates the best in international cinema and will feature networking opportunities, hands-on workshops, an open talent casting call, screenplay competition winner table read, intriguing and informative panel discussions, and entertaining and fun parties – all in addition to the over 220 film screenings scheduled throughout the Festival. GSFF is New Jersey’s Premier Independent Film Festival and was named a winner of the 2017 Global Excellence Awards ‘Best Independent Film Festival – East Coast’ by TMT News. For more information about the Garden State Film Festival, please visit the GSFF website at

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 since inception 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.

source: and GSFF

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