MONTCLAIR, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — The Montclair Film Festival opened Friday night with a showing of the film “Step,” an inspirational movie about a dance team in Baltimore for young women.

If you missed it, fear not! There’s plenty more to see.

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Festival Marketing Director Kelly Coogan Swanson and film producer Liz Samuel joined CBS2’s Cindy Hsu to chat about some of the things you can expect during the festival’s sixth year.

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Samuel’s film “Mom-Tress” is being screened in the coming days.

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