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See The DECALOGUE in Montclair

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Montclair residents will have the opportunity to view THE DECALOGUE, the ground-breaking 1988 film series written and directed by Kristof Kieslowski. These iconic one-hour films influenced a whole generation of European directors. Never distributed in American Theaters, it was only shown some 30 years ago at the Museum of Modern Art in NY.

Classes will take place in the spring and fall with five films per semester. Rita Bettenbender is the instructor, and the classes are part of the Montclair Institute for Lifelong Learning (MILL). To find out more or to register for the classes, go to www.lifelongmontclair.org/MILL. Registration for the Spring semester opens April 8th at 10am.

The MILL is part of the Township of Montclair’s Lifelong Montclair aging in place initiative and is funded in part by the Partners for Health Foundation, the Township of Montclair, and the community. The MILL is a collaborative effort by the Montclair Public Library and its Adult School Department, the Montclair Art Museum, the Montclair History Center, Montclair State University, Connections at Home NJ, the YMCA of Montclair, and community older adults. The goal of the MILL is to foster opportunities for high–level learning and socialization for 55+ adults offered at different locations. These classes are free of charge, but registration is required.

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