The film captures moments of youth, passion, and ultimately life.
Montclair warmly received two of the women featured in the film, giving them a standing ovation.
The Belarus Free Theatre conveys in a brutally honest visual spectacle the oppressive nature of their leaders.
In I Am Road Comic, Jordan Brady hit the road with his multi-talented sidekick Wayne Federman.
This doc chronicles the lives of eight members of the Montclair YWCA for African American women and girls from 1920-1965.
In this biopic, the finery and flaws of the iconic Afrobeat composer, multi-instrumentalist and activist are unfolded.
Through the voices of the victims, the pimps, the johns, and the cops, this doc weaves a horrifying story of exploitation and violence.
This beautiful doc chronicles the years a group of boyhood friends spend dedicating their lives to surfing the Jersey shore.
A delightful showing of short films by young artists.
Check out this absolutely fab recap of Montclair Film Festival's Opening Night Screening and Gala.
The life of baseball great Dock Ellis runs from youthful recklessness to an older, wiser man who learned from his mistakes.
At a hard period in her life, the filmmaker wanted to make an upbeat film about an age that was her own personal favorite.