Friday, May 03, 2013

Montclair Film Festival highlights film on Autism in Newark

"Best Kept Secret" is a feature-length documentary about the struggles of JFK teacher Janet Mino, a veteran educator who specializes in helping severely autistic kids. The film follows Mino as she prepares six young men at JFK for the harsh realities of life once they "fall of the cliff" — Mino's words for what happens when they age out of the public school system at 21.
See an srticle about the film at

It premieres:
'Best Kept Secret' at the Montclair Film Festival

Where: Montclair Kimberly Academy, 6 Lloyd Road, Montclair
When: Saturday at 1:45 p.m.
How much: $12.50. Visit  for more information.

For  a select list of books on autism at the Guarini Library see


  1. Anonymous7:46 AM

    i missed the screening! Is there any other place to see the movie????

  2. You can try contacting them on Facebook here is the link