While it doesn’t offer answers, this film gives us a fascinating look at a troubled genius whose music caught the spirit of a generation.
Less is more was the lesson learned by viewers at New Jersey Shorts 2 presented at MFF 2015.
Thursday night’s headline for MFF was a film event that fit its subject; it was larger than life and totally outside of the box.
Moderated by Steve Adubato, attitudes about hunger and homelessness were discussed and how the community can help.
Montclair filmmakers discussed their films, filmmaking, and the benefits of working at their craft in the Montclair area.
Black Voices in Film, part of MFF's In Conversation series sheds light on the current state of black filmmaking.
The film focuses on the dedication of Ken Freedman, who has spent 25 years keeping New Jersey-based WFMU on air and afloat.
The main question this doc is asking is “What are our children learning, and why are they learning it?”
Alter discusses his distinguished career and producing the Amazon series, Alpha House.
MFF's annual tradition of connecting filmmakers and film watchers out of the theatre and into a fabulous party atmosphere!
Using a collage of found footage, pictures, and sound recordings What Happened Miss Simone is not your traditional autobiography.
Barbara Kopple chronicles The Nation's pursuit of telling news stories from the frontline, unfiltered by financial sponsorship.