Student Films at Montclair Clairidge Festival, 12/17/08

Best films created by Montclair State BFA Filmmaking students

Where:  Clearview's Clairidge Cinema, 486 Bloomfield Avenue, Montclair, (973) 746-5564.

Montclair State's College of the Arts two year-old filmmaking program is taught by working professionals in the fields of narrative, documentary, and experimental filmmaking. The only BFA in filmmaking in New Jersey, the program has already attracted more than 130 students majoring in filmmaking and many others taking classes within the field of study.

Works by Montclair State filmmakers have been recognized by the Princess Grace Foundation, the New Jersey Young Filmmaker's Festival, Avid's Foundation, and other industry professionals.

To find out more about Montclair State's filmmaking program, visit filmmaking or contact Tony Pemberton, director of the Filmmaking Program at film@montclair.edu or 973-655-7200.

The Festival has been co-sponsored by the Montclair State Filmmaking Program and the Montclair State Film Club of the Student Government Association. 

Admission is free to Montclair State students with University ID. Otherwise, admission is $6.