The Montclair Film Festival (MFF), a non-profit organization, exists to nurture and showcase the talents of filmmakers from around the world. The Festival will create a cultural focal point in the Township of Montclair that unites, empowers, educates and celebrates our region’s diverse community and robust artistic heritage.

Goals and objectives

  • Establish, fund and curate a fun and well-organized annual film festival
  • Provide a platform for filmmakers from New Jersey, US and the world
  • Become a positive force in Montclair that helps fill cultural voids that are the result of recent budget cuts
  • Nurture Montclair’s historical commitment to the arts by building a national and global stage that showcases the Township’s unparalleled and vibrant artistic community
  • Host a series of affordable film-related events throughout the year that brings together and inspire families, students and community and business leaders
  • Develop year round educational outreach, to inspire learning and expand the knowledge of cinema and the appreciation of the film making process
  • Advocate for and support local Montclair businesses and create needed development and sponsorship opportunities for the community
  • Utilize technology, social networking and various forums of media, to ensure a multi-platform experience
  • Mobilize and empower organizations and institutions to ensure all who are interested have an opportunity to participate in MFF activities

Click here to view June 30, 2012 Form 990.
Click here to view June 30, 2013 Form 990.
Click here to view June 30, 2014 Form 990.
Click here
to view June 30, 2015 Form 990.