Film

Film

Running for the MARC train to Penn Station felt like trying out for track. It was amazing how this assignment to write about Nia Hampton’s Black Femme Supremacy Film Fest ...

I cannot think of a movie I've seen in some time that's as moving and unpredictable as Numa Perrier's early internet period piece and camming coming-of-age story, Jezebel, the opening ...

“I don’t understand why someone would go through all the trouble of running for president of the United States just to tell us what we can’t do and what you ...

Typical Western heroics are tempered with nods to paternal US intervention and CIA-style meddling in Robert Aldrich's 1954 western Vera Cruz (screening at the Charles on July 27, 29, and ...

The first film from TT The Artist, Dark City Beneath the Beat, is a loving homage to Baltimore-based creativity, a cinematic dance party featuring the kings and queens of Baltimore Club ...

At the Baltimore Museum of Art, a museum that is free, on its most easily accessible floor, not far from one of its entrances, you can wander into a dark ...

Two very kyooooot homunculi—one pink, the other purple—sit on a beach and contemplate, in Russian, the infinite by way of the sand surrounding them. Millions and millions of grains rendered, ...

When TT The Artist brings her Baltimore club music documentary Dark City: Beneath the Beat to the Parkway Theatre June 26 and the Reginald F. Lewis Museum June 28 for ...

The reasons to indulge baroque action flick John Wick 3 (out now) are as follows: Halle Berry's Belgian Malinois who follow her around and become the biting, bounding, snarling centerpiece ...

Back in 2013, Tea Partying Florida governor and Turtle Guy from Master of Disguise Rick Scott signed a bill that pretty much allowed prayer in public schools via “inspirational messages” ...

What happens to a city that can’t even imagine itself differently in the medium of film?

“Outside” opens with a slow-moving shot of a black couple holding each other attentively. The anxious voice of a woman unseen is heard asking, “What’s happening right now?” Police sirens ...

The Bastard Film Encounter brings outlandish and unpleasant films to Baltimore this weekend In 1971 the nonprofit Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr., Foundation produced an educational film called "Who Should Survive?: ...

Abbi Jacobson and cinematographer Ashley Connor on Broad City at the Parkway Theatre A scene from the second-to-last episode of Broad City, which airs tonight, crystallizes my obsession with this show ...

The first film produced by new cinematic vanguard The Ummah Chroma Collective demonstrates a turning of the tide We’re trying to be emanations of the culture. To me, that’s the ...

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