Audible and MFF's informative conversation on audio books, Meant to Be Spoken.
This film is a tribute to two giants of their respective arts, Mark Twain and Hal Holbrook.
In this film, the student delivers a lesson to the teacher.
As MFF continues to grow, this year’s festivities included a slate of awards for the first time in the festival’s history.
Disney painted an intimate portrait of her evolution as a volunteer, philanthropist, activist and eventual documentarian.
What do the Doors, the Velvet Underground, the Stooges, Alice Cooper, and the Ramones have in common? One man: Danny Fields.
This enlightening and thought provoking film encourages peaceful discussion about faith and gun rights in America.
A look into the investigation of "the cannibal cop" and the role of cyberspace laws.
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.