Pride Month: Love speaks its name, in ‘Love Wins’

The story of 50 years of love for Jan Moore and Emily Sonnessa, "Love Wins," will screen on Saturday, June 15, 3 p.m., at UUCM, followed by a Q&A.
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Split Screens: watching TV together

Montclair's Raphaela Neihausen spearheads the Split Screens Festival, a festival of television that presents panels and personalities, May 29-June 3 in NYC.

In the ‘Tank’ with Steve Adubato

On Steve Adubato's new show "Think Tank," national politics and its local implications will have rational, thoughtful debate.
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2019 MFF: Rambling with Richard Thompson

Richard Thompson, music legend and Montclair resident, spoke with Warren Zanes and director Edmond Deraedt at the Montclair Film Festival.

2019 MFF: Talking Tolkien — Film stars, director gather for Q&A at Wellmont

By ERIN ROLL roll@montclairlocal.newsIf there was one thing that the audience —- both inside the Wellmont Theater, and watching from movie theaters around the country — took away from Tuesday night’s Q&A with the stars...
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2019 MFF: Miles Davis, sounds of a jazz legend

"Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool," a film by Stanley Nelson, includes archival footage, and Jazz House Kids' Christian McBride.
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2019 MFF: A compassionate eye from Erin Lee Carr

Erin Lee Carr brings her compassionate eye to a teen who urged her suicidal boyfriend to go through with it, and to a memoir about her father, David Carr.

2019 MFF: Emerging Filmmaker Competition gives students chance to shine

The Emerging Filmmaker Competition gives student filmmakers from Montclair and beyond a chance to produce their own short films.
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2019 MFF: ‘Wild Rose’ opens Montclair Film Festival

"Wild Rose" opened the Montclair Film Festival on Friday, May 3. Tom Hall and Jessie Buckley spoke to a sold-out crowd about the film.
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2019 MFF: Black history lives in ‘The Apollo’

Roger Ross Williams' "The Apollo" looks at the 85-year-old Harlem performance venue in the light of black history in America.