Barbara Kopple chronicles The Nation's pursuit of telling news stories from the frontline, unfiltered by financial sponsorship.
Laughter became a repeated experience for the audience watching this film about New Yorker cartoonists, directed by Leah Wolchok.
This doc focuses on five gifted inner city kids who attend The Julliard School of Music’s Advancement Program
Documentary filmmaking brothers Bill and Turner Ross ventured deep into Texas on a quest to chronicle the true west today.
Stanley Nelson blends archival footage, interviews, and a period soundtrack to trace the history of the Black Panthers.
This film explores the tense dynamic between wealthy employers and the help they hire to manage their lives.
An excellent sojourn into the human mind, (Dis)Honesty - The Truth Behind Lies illustrates that we all lie to some degree.
These short films maintained a good balance of humorous and light, with dark and edgy.
Award winning documentary producer John Battsek joined MFF for an intimate discussion about his career in the film industry.
The screening was a coming home of sorts for Dukakis, who lived in Montclair for many years.
Poignant and bittersweet, Call Me Lucky will make you laugh and move you to cry.
How to Dance in Ohio draws the audience into the lives of high-spectrum autistic teens, their families and the challenges they face.