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.
Cinema, the philosophy of life, and a truth universally acknowledged that every mother loves Richard Gere.
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.