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Dan Gilroy's art-world satire/horror flick picks all the lowest-hanging fruit A slasher flick that seizes on the real-life hilarity and horror of the contemporary art world should leave you both ...

The Black Femme Supremacy Film Fest Event Offers a Taste of Black Women Centered Films by Lisa Snowden-McCray “I think of a lot of my favorite films and I think ...

My Art, Laurie Simmons' Feature-Length Film, Questions The Notion of Self and Reinvention by Cara Ober It doesn't get any more meta than playing the mother to your actual daughter's ...

Ten Not-To-Be-Missed Projects, Exhibits, and Performances at Artscape 2018 by Cara Ober Artscape is hot. Artscape is big. Artscape is a lot. If you make the commitment to attend America's ...

Nilewater Multimedia FESPACO West Afro Caribbean Film Festival at Motor House by Angela N. Carroll On Friday March 25th, Nilewater Multimedia, a multimedia company representing Africa and the African Diaspora, ...

Cities, Memories, and the Experimental Films of Margaret Rorison Editor's Note: This profile was originally released in the BmoreArt Journal of Art + Ideas: Issue 06   All city landscapes ...

A Curated Preview of the Maryland Film Festival by Christopher Llewellyn Reed The Maryland Film Festival (MdFF), founded in 1999 by Festival Director Jed Dietz, is back, just as it ...

Complex Human Relationships on the Screen bring a Baltimore-based Animated Short to the 2018 Academy Awards by Rachel Bone Frankly, it’s about time Baltimore gets some attention at the Academy ...

A Best of 2017 List by Malcolm Demaro Lomax Highlights of the year in culture, film, media, and music that raised spirits, destroyed conventions, and fed the intersectional being, preparing ...

Amy Davis's New Book, Flickering Treasures, and Accompanying Exhibition Home Movies: Portraits of Baltimore's Neighborhood Movie Houses at Gallery CA by Christopher Llewyllyn Reed “Thirty-five years of silent cinema is ...

How Margaret Rorison is Building a Culture of Experimental Film in Baltimore, One Screening at a Time by Nicole Clark A big part of Margaret Rorison’s winter, in 2012, was ...

Sonja Sohn Makes her Directorial Debut with the Documentary Baltimore Rising by Christopher Llewellyn Reed Ever since her starring role on HBO's The Wire (2002-2008), actress Sonja Sohn has pursued ...

A Conversation with Sundance Sensation STEP's Director Amanda Lipitz by Christopher Llewellyn Reed I spoke with director Amanda Lipitz on Monday, July 24, at the Four Seasons Hotel in downtown ...

Baltimore Film and Activism at South By Southwest by Phallon J. Beckham In March of 2017, filmmakers Jenahye Johnson, Maceo Tendaji, and Phallon J. Beckham were invited to South By ...

A Discussion of Theo Anthony's Rat Film by Angela N. Carroll Theo Anthony's Rat Film is a nonlinear feature about rats and residential segregation in Baltimore City. I hesitate to ...

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