“To me, it’s like one of the bragging rights to be in Montclair is to have this festival,” Evan Cutler, who has served as one of the jurors for the festival’s Emerging Filmmakers competition for middle and high school students, said.
This year marks a return to in-person movie screenings, and the reopening of Clairidge Cinemas on Bloomfield Avenue. Our Montclair sits down with Evelyn Colbert, Bob Feinberg and Tom Hall of Montclair Film.
Montclair Film Festival begins Thursday — and this week marks the return of the Claridge.
While the 20020 Montclair Film Festival has been postponed this year, Montclair Film has pivoted and is holding Q&As and classes online.
Montclair arts and cultural organizations react to Covid-19 with postponements, cancelations, and potential streaming solutions.
At Montclair Film’s 505 + Friends club, neurodiverse teens can share their love of film. The Cinema + Conversation club offers stimulating films to seniors.
On Steve Adubato’s new show “Think Tank,” national politics and its local implications will have rational, thoughtful debate.
Montclair Film Festival Founder and Chairman Bob Feinberg talks to us about MFF’s story so far, and his hopes for its future.
Scoundrel Films’ “Short Focus” debuts on PBS on Friday, March 1, and wll have a Montclair event on Thursday, Feb. 28, including a Q&A with directors..
Montclair Films founder and chairman of the board Bob Feinberg writes about Sundance, recalling how the festival inspired him to start Montclair Film.
The Wellmont Theater re-opened as a live venue after years as a movie theater on Oct. 27, 2008. On Oct. 27, 2018 the theater will celebrate OkTENberfest.
Montclair Theater Project, a new initiative, aims to blend summer stock and pop up events and give SVPA alums a chance to work professionally.
The Annex at 18 Label Studios had an opening party on Thursday, June 14.
The 11-day Montclair Film Festival made connections and attracted spectators, says CEO Bob Feinberg.