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Montclair Film Festival announces jury awards

The Montclair Film Festival has released its 2017 juried awards. Most of the awards were announced at a ceremony held on Saturday evening at MFF’s  new home, The Investors Bank Film & Media Center. ...
Made in Montclair

MFF: hometown heroes, ‘Made in Montclair’

"Made in Montclair" films MFF in show breadth of subjects and styles.
Oscar Shorts

Culture in brief: Oscar Shorts on Saturday

The underdogs of the Academy Awards -- the shorts-- can be seen this Saturday at Buzz Aldrin.
Lawson

Telling stories at ‘Behind the Screen’ from Montclair Film/The Film Institute of Montclair

Costumes are one way stories are told onscreen. "Behind the Screen" explores costume design, the elevator pitch, and other things they may omit in film school.

Montclair Film announces line-up for Cinema505 for September: Japanese animation, classics and premieres

Montclair Film today announced the complete September 2017 film lineup for Cinema505, the organization’s screening space in the Investors Bank Film & Media Center at 505 Bloomfield Ave. September sees the continuation of The...
Gnomeo

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.

2019 MFF: Montclair-centric films

Looking for the "Montclair" in "Montclair Film Festival?" We've got you covered. Here's a list of movies and events that are hometown-centric.
shorts

Oscar shorts: The Underdog turns 10

All of the Oscar-nominated short films will screen at Buzz Aldrin Middle School on Saturday, for the 10th annual "Underdogs."
Behind the Screen

‘Behind the Screen’ inspires

Patricia Conover reports on the all-day event "Behind the Screen," presented by Montclair Film and The Film Institute at Montclair State University.

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.