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Montclair Film continues the Coming of Age in Suburbia series at Cinema505, held at the Investors Bank Film and Media Center, 505 Bloomfield Ave.

This series showcases films by New Jersey filmmakers. Montclair Film also launches the Montclair Film + Classics program featuring “Killer of Sheep” by Charles Burnett and “Bless Their Little Hearts” by Bill Woodbury, and a weekend long run of the critically acclaimed new release “Dawson City: Frozen Time” by Bill Morrison.

The July schedule:

July 8 and 9: “Pretty in Pink” (1986), directed by Howard Deutch
July 8 and 9: “Mean Girls” (2004), directed by Mark Waters
July 12 and 13: “Good Bones” (2017), directed by Tim Bohn

July 14 and 16: “Dawson City: Frozen Time” (2016), directed by Bill Morrison
July 19 and 20: “Saving the Great Swamp: Battle to Defeat the Jetport” (2016), directed by Scott Morris
July 21-23: “Welcome to the Dollhouse” (1995), directed by Todd Solondz
July 22 and 23: “Now and Then” (1995), directed by Lesli Linka Glatter
July 26 and 27: “Montclair Shorts” (2017), directed by Various
July 28-30: “Killer of Sheep” (1978), directed by Charles Burnett
July 29 and 30: “Bless Their Little Hearts” (1983), directed by Bill Woodberry

Times vary; check montclairfilmfest.org.

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