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Peeling Back Horror – A Four-Week Lecture on Hitchcock and His...

The Montclair Film Institute presented Sundays with Hitchcock, a four-part screening and discussion panel hosted by syndicated film critic Stephen Whitty at the School...

‘Lady Bird’ Soars with Greta Gerwig’s Direction and the Cast’s Honest...

Actress Greta Gerwig started her career in low budget independent films, which eventually led to her magnificent directorial debut in "Lady Bird." The film stars...

‘Battle of the Sexes’ is an Important and Socially Relevant Film

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o5ykcuAS1F4 “Battle of the Sexes” dives into the metaphor of gender inequality in sports that represents the bigger issue of the respect women deserve in...

Student Artist Profile: Asher Sosinsky

Asher Sosinsky is a senior filmmaking major and is planning to graduate with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in May 2017. Q: When you did...

‘Marguerite’: A Masterpiece Made from Sour Notes

In his sixth feature film, "Marguerite," French director, writer and producer Xavier Giannoli creates a story that toes the line between comedy and tragedy...

Film Forum Explores Olympic Athlete

The producer and writer of the documentary "Back on Board: Greg Louganis" visited Montclair State university earlier in the week as part of the...

Where Have All the Women Gone?

What do Alfred Hitchcock, Steven Spielberg, Quentin Tarantino, Martin Scorsese and Stanley Kubrick all have in common? The popular response would be to say...

Divergences from Novel Lead “Allegiant” to Failure

Fans of the popular young adult novels-turned-films "The Divergent Series" should prepare themselves to be disappointed yet again with the franchises’ third film, "Allegiant." Anyone...

‘10 Cloverfield Lane’ Scares and Surprises

"10 Cloverfield Lane" is intense, claustrophobic and a fantastic psychological thriller. There are tons of movies that have lots of marketing and trailers that give...

‘Zootopia’ Hops Its Way Into Hearts of All Ages

How can Disney show adults and children that they are not racist and sexist? By using animal stereotypes to mask a plot that circles...
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