How to Dance in Ohio draws the audience into the lives of high-spectrum autistic teens, their families and the challenges they face.
MFF's NJ Shorts 1 is an eclectic collection of five short films celebrating the diversity and humor of NJ voices.
Forgiveness and redemption can be won are just a handful of the themes explored in this incisive documentary.
The impressive collection of shorts created by kids was followed by a celebration at The Afterparty on The Green!
The documentary exhibits both the camaraderie and the intense rivalry that Girls’ Show incites.
Bobcat took the stage with Michael Ian Black for Black’s Audible podcast series, How to Be Amazing.
MFF's only horror film in our 2015 line-up depicts a story of despair, death, and subsequent madness.
Actors Patrick Wilson and Dane DeHaan regaled an enthusiastic audience during an enlightening MFF Conversation.
The authenticity of this debut film comes from Writer/Director Charles Poekel, a New Jersey native.
On May 1st, 2015, the Montclair Film Festival kicked off its fourth year Opening Night with a screening of "Hello, My Name is Doris" at the Wellmont Theater.
A powerful and emotional character study about one man’s desperate struggle with homelessness in New York City.
Montclair Film Festival 2015 opens with the poignant and hilarious film Hello, My Name is Doris and a rockin' party.