By ERIN ROLL firstname.lastname@example.orgIf there was one thing that the audience —- both inside the Wellmont Theater, and watching from movie theaters around the country...
Montclair's Clark Scott Carmichael directs the new play "String Around My Finger," which runs through May 12 at Dreamcatcher Reprtory Theatre.
Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am” a documentary about the Nobel-winning author, is the official closing film of Montclair Film Festival.
"Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool," a film by Stanley Nelson, includes archival footage, and Jazz House Kids' Christian McBride.
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.
The Emerging Filmmaker Competition gives student filmmakers from Montclair and beyond a chance to produce their own short films.
"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.
Roger Ross Williams' "The Apollo" looks at the 85-year-old Harlem performance venue in the light of black history in America.
Mindy Kaling talked to Stephen Colbert about her new film "Late Night," comedy, Smash Mouth, writing, and life, at MFF on Saturday, May 4.
Jessie Buckley, the star of "Wild Rose," Montclair Film Festival's opening night film, appeared on the red carpet for MFF's grand opening.