The always humorous and controversial Michael Moore joins Festival Director Thom Powers at the Montclair Art Museum to discuss his experiences with film festival, and their benefit to the entertainment community. Why do people make films? This is something that weighs on Michael’s mind, and this comes out during the discussion.
David Itzkoff, Culture Reporter for the New York Times and Author, and the always inquisitive Stephen Colbert have an in depth conversation about the iconic movie ‘Network’. The discussion borders on the humorous and examines why this film is so telling of the time, and how it affected the public and the people involved, especially the writer Paddy Chayefsky.