Celebrating Black Voices In Cinema

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Join Montclair Film and The Clairidge as we showcase African American stories in film through screenings and discussions all month long.


WHO WE ARE: A CHRONICLE OF RACISM IN AMERICA
Opens Friday, February 4


BODY AND SOUL (1925)
One Screening Only!
Friday, February 11 at Cinema505
Followed by a discussion with artist and lecturer Onnie Strother
Presented in Partnership with the Montclair Public Library


THE GIRL FROM CHICAGO (1932)
One Screening Only!
Friday, February 18 at Cinema505
Followed by a discussion with local historian Betty Holloway
Presented in Partnership with the Montclair Public Library


WHY IS WE AMERICANS?
Opens Friday, February 18
Q&A with co-director Udi Aloni to follow the FREE Community Screening on Saturday, February 19
Presented in Partnership with the Montclair African-American Heritage Foundation


MAURICE HINES: BRING THEM BACK
One Screening Only!
Saturday, February 20
Followed by a Q&A with director/producer John Carluccio and writer/producer Tracey E. Hopkins
Presented in Partnership with Out Montclair 50+


SWING (1938)
One Screening Only!
Friday, February 25 at Cinema505
Followed by a discussion with Onnie Strother and Betty Holloway
Presented in Partnership with the Montclair Public Library

Featured Films in this Series:

coming soon

Small Town Strong

Thursday, October 12

Realizing no one is coming to save them from a growing opioid crisis, the people of Portsmouth Ohio band together to create real change.

coming soon

Stop Making Sense

September 29 - October 5

coming soon

Fair Play

September 29 - October 5

now playing

The Nun II

September 22 - 28

The sequel to the worldwide smash hit follows Sister Irene as she once again comes face-to-face with Valak, the demon nun.

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