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Series

Montclair Film + The Clairidge Celebrate Black Voices In Cinema

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 4th at The Clairidge

BODY AND SOUL (1925)
An Oscar Micheaux Film Retrospective, Presented in Partnership with the Montclair Public Library
Screening Friday, February 11th at Cinema505, followed by a discussion with Artist and lecturer Onnie Strother

THE GIRL FROM CHICAGO (1932)
An Oscar Micheaux Film Retrospective, Presented in Partnership with the Montclair Public Library
Screening Friday, February 18th at Cinema505, followed by a discussion with local historian Betty Holloway

WHY IS WE AMERICANS?
Presented in Partnership with the Montclair African-American Heritage Foundation
Opens Friday, February 18th at The Clairidge
Q&A with co-director Udi Aloni, moderated by David Cummings (Montclair 4th Ward Councilor) to follow the FREE Community Screening on Saturday, February 19th

MAURICE HINES: BRING THEM BACK
Presented in Partnership with Out Montclair 50+
Screening 2/20 at The Clairidge, followed by a Q&A with director/producer John Carluccio and writer/producer Tracey E. Hopkins.

SWING (1938)
An Oscar Micheaux Film Retrospective, Presented in Partnership with the Montclair Public Library
Screening Friday, February 25th at Cinema505, followed by a discussion with Onnie Strother and Betty Holloway