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Halloween: spooky, scary entertainments we love

It's mischief night, and we have recommendations for the spooky, scary movies that get Montclair Local writers in a Halloween mood.
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Culture in brief: Montclair Film holds documentary film weekend

Montclair Film will screen six films this weekend, Oct. 18-20, in its first annual documentary weekend at Cinema505, 505 Bloomfield Ave.
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Rodney Leinberger puts video camera down

Videographer Rodney Leinberger, who has recorded more than 100 concerts and recitals at MSU, has stepped away from the video camera.
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In brief: Julia Louis-Dreyfus to appear at Montclair Film benefit

Stephen Colbert ("The Late Show") will interview Julia Louis-Dreyfus ("Veep") for Montclair Film's ninth annual benefit at NJPAC on Dec. 7, 2019.

In brief: ‘Heading Home,’ film about Israeli baseball

'Heading Home," a film about the national Israeli baseball team, featuring many Jewish-Americans, plays in Montclair Sept. 6-8.
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ICYMI: 2019 MFF: ‘Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am” smashes a new point-of-view

Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am” a documentary about the Nobel-winning author, is the official closing film of Montclair Film Festival.
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Culture in brief: ‘Gnomeo,’ free family movie, outside at library

Montclair Film partners with the Montclair Public Library to screen "Gnomeo," a family-friendly movie, outside on Friday, July 26.
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Culture in brief: Montclair Film partners with Jazz House Kids for screening series

Montclair Film partners with the Montclair Jazz Festival, to screen four classic films, with performances by Jazz House Kids before each, beginning July 26.
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Culture in brief: Montclair film director’s ‘Flora Borealis’

Montclair director Casey Friedman’s animated film in progress, “Flora Borealis,” is about gay men in a ruinedworld. Kickstarter campaign ends July 5.

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.