Montclair Film Festival Runs April 26-May 6
Wednesday, April 11, 2018)
Montclair Film Festival will run April 26-May 6, 2018.
Dan Reynolds of Imagine Dragons
and Stephen Colbert
...will all be present and appear throughout this year's program.
The festival set in Montclair, N.J. is now in its 7th year.
Montclair State University College of the Arts, School of Communication and Media, Filmmaking BFA program will present six films that define yourself before the world does it for you in the 2018 New Visions films set to screen May 4th at the Clairidge Cinema 2.
If strong women are your thing look at the program for these three films as a start in your quest and inspiration:
RBG a bio pic of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg also known by fans as Notorious R.B.G.
Bad Reputation is Kevin Kerslake's film about Punk Rock legend Joan Jett.
Love Gilda honoring comedian legend Gilda Radner.
A Master Class on the art and craft of Screenwriting will be given by NYU associate professor, Howard University graduate, playwright and screenwriter Richard Wesley. This free to attend event on Saturday, May 5 at 2p.m. does require a ticket so click through to reserve a spot in this opportunity here: http://montclairfilm.org/events/screenwriting-master-class-with-richard-wesley/
This year's program has films of many interests including, politics, religion, law enforcement, animals, food culture, technology, fashion, health and wellness and many more. Find your interests in the program by selecting your favorite genre here: http://montclairfilm.org/festival/2018/#genre
A film festival that delves into TV? The topic is the evolution of the business of television and this in conversation panel will give insight into the transformation happening currently in the entertainment business. Variety Editor Cynthia Littleton, Chris Licht (showrunner on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert), Joel Stillerman (Content Chief at Hulu), and more will tackle this topic on Saturday, April 28, 1:30p.m. at Presentation Hall. Free to attend, this will require a ticket so stand in line virtually here: http://montclairfilm.org/events/conversation-the-future-of-television/