In brief: MFF presents ‘Crip Camp’

Montclair Film Festival will hold a live Q&A on its Facebook Page tonight about the documentary "Crip Camp," a film about handicapped teens turned activist.

NJ Film history at Oscar Shorts Underdogs

David Schoner, associate director of the NJ Motion Picture and Television Commission, will speak on Saturday at Oscar Shorts.
Death literacy

‘Death Literacy’ film series from Bevival begins

The Celebrating Aging in Film series explores death literacy, and opens conversations about mortality. "Another Year Together" plays Sunday, Jan. 19.

505 + Friends, Cinema + Conversation give back

At Montclair Film's 505 + Friends club, neurodiverse teens can share their love of film. The Cinema + Conversation club offers stimulating films to seniors.

Montclair roots of DOC NYC, turning 10

DOC NYC, founded by three Montclairites, turns 10, and "One Child Nation," directed by new Montclairite Nanfu Wang, is hiighlighted in its roster.

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.

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.

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.

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.