PODCAST: Gyllenhaal, Warwick & Colbert Headline 10th Annual Montclair Film

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By Maddie Orton, JerseyArts.com



originally published: 10/24/2021

PODCAST: Gyllenhaal, Warwick & Colbert Headline 10th Annual Montclair Film Festival

Maggie Gyllenhaal, Dionne Warwick, and Stephen Colbert are among the many artists and filmmakers participating in this year’s Montclair Film Festival, which opened October 21 and runs through October 30. Festival founder and Board Chair Bob Feinberg, Board of Trustees President Evie McGee Colbert, and New Jersey-based filmmaker Scott Morris share what they are most looking forward to as the festival kicks off its 10th anniversary season.

Feinberg, Colbert, and Morris chat with host Maddie Orton about: Montclair Film Festival 10 years ago and today (00:45); Highlights of the 10th Anniversary Season (5:36); NJ filmmaker Scott Morris’ documentary, American River (7:23); Montclair Film Festival’s role in the Garden State (15:28); Reopening historic Clairidge Cinemas (19:50).

PODCAST: Gyllenhaal, Warwick & Colbert Headline 10th Annual Montclair Film Festival

LINKS: Montclair Film FestivalAmerican River at MFFThe Lost Daughter at MFF, Stay connected to your local arts and entertainment scene at JerseyArts.com

SUPPORTED BY: ArtPride New JerseyNew Jersey State Council on the ArtsNational Endowment for the Arts

 

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About the author: Maddie Orton is an Emmy-winning journalist and documentary filmmaker. She has worked on several PBS shows including: “Take on Fake,” “NJTV News,” “MetroFocus,” “WLIW Arts Beat,” and “Treasures of New York.” A life-long theater lover, Maddie created the documentary “I Can’t… I Have Rehearsal,” exploring New Jersey’s arts education through high school musicals. She studied theater and American Studies at Rutgers University, and lives in the great Garden State with her husband and kiddo.

Content provided by Discover Jersey Arts, a project of the ArtPride New Jersey Foundation and New Jersey State Council on the Arts.

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