Red Bank, a trendy and upscale hotspot on the Navesink River in Monmouth County, has always been known for its entertainment value. As the home of the Count Basie Theatre and Two River Theater, the borough breathes the arts.
This is also why it has attracted the Indie Street Film Festival, which seeks to discover films and filmmakers who prove story is independent of budget, for the second year in the July 26 to 30 festival.
“There’s a really creative vibe in the town that has been growing,” said Jay Webb, co-founder of Indie Street and festival artistic director. “We try to take the vibe that’s already here and bring it to the forefront of the community to allow people to discuss films and the arts.”
The festival, which will feature more than 60 independently produced narrative, documentary and animated films, will also host panel discussions, Q&A’s with filmmakers and special events — with a true-to-Jersey twist.