David Greenbaum, working with Eric Bruggeman, Jerry Fried, made a musical video for MHS seniors, with performances by parents, teachers, coaches.
‘Considering Matthew Shepard’ at Montclair State Unviersity involves 190 voices, and a campaign to #EraseHate wherever it is found.
Here’s a book or two for your To Be Read list, in honor of The Little Read.
In “Life with Layla,” Ken Spooner and Mike Mee look at a family’s struggle with heroin addiction and the impact it has on each member.
Looking for the “Montclair” in “Montclair Film Festival?” We’ve got you covered. Here’s a list of movies and events that are hometown-centric.
“Breslin and Hamill: Deadline Artists,” a documentary by Montclair filmmakers Jonathan Alter, John Block, and Steve McCarthy, airs on HBO on Jan. 28.
Montclair residents, and staff of Montclair Local, share some of the things they are grateful for in Montclair: some are organizations, some are intangible.
Montclairites Raphaela Neihausen and Thom Powers run DOC NYC, the largest documentary film festival in America, which runs through Nov. 15.
The Annex at 18 Label Studios had an opening party on Thursday, June 14.
“Made in Montclair” films MFF in show breadth of subjects and styles.
MSU students went to Puerto Rico to report on the situation there.
Montclair Film has a “sizzle reel.”
Journalism is evolving: not dying, say the student team of News Lab at MSU.
Arts and cultural leaders in Montclair look forward to 2018: what they’re doing, and what others will be doing.