Montclair native among producers of ‘The God Committee’

Phiphen Pictures will premiere the film "The God Committee" this month at the Tribeca Film Festival.The company is founded by Molly Connors, who lives in New Jersey and Maine. Producers also include Amanda Bowers,...

Montclair filmmaker’s documentary premieres at 2021 Brooklyn Film Festival

Mayor Mohamed, a film by longtime Montclair resident Jeffrey Togman, will have its world premiere at the 2021 Brooklyn Film Festival on June 11 at 7 p.m. at Windmill Studios located on 300 Kingsland Ave.,...

Montclair Film’s 2021 Emerging Filmmaker Competition winners announced

Screenings of the films and awards will be given in each of these categories on Saturday, June 5 and Sunday, June 6 at Montclair Film’s Cinema505.

Earliest known film with all Asian-American cast premiers on June 4

The Curse of Quon Gwon (1916), earliest known film with an all Asian American cast and directed by female Chinese American filmmaker Marion Wong / Credit: Cordelia SiporinAfter being restored by Montclair resident Cordelia...

Luna Stage holding talks on ‘2.2 Square Miles of Soul: Voices of Orange’

The documentary features interviews with six former and current residents of the City of Orange reflecting on the social, political, and economic forces that shaped the community.

What to expect when Bellevue Theatre reopens later this year

The owners will keep the facility at four theaters, with one having a stage for live performances.

Montclair’s Bellevue Theatre to reopen in fall

After being shuttered since 2017, the Bellevue Theatre will open later this year, owners are expected to announce Thursday.

Woman in uniform: Patrice Jetter made others see past her disabilities

She's featured in Netflix's "Worn Stories," an exploration of clothes with deep meaning to their owners. In Jetter's case, it's her crossing guard uniform.

Montclair’s Colberts on love, pandemic life, arts — and why NJ is home

Stephen and Evie Colbert spoke in a pre-recorded benefit for Montclair Film.

Celebrate a ‘Crappy Mother’s Day’ with film shot in Montclair

Bill Rutkoski and directed by Montclairian Dan Karlok made the film in just eight days. It premieres May 4.