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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 ...

Exploring the 10th Annual Women and Minorities Media Fest with Director Elsa Lankford: An Interview by Christopher Llewellyn Reed From Wednesday, April 19, through Saturday, April 22, Towson University will ...

DJ Kid Koala's Nufonia Must Fall reviewed by Elena Goukassian On Saturday March 18, the stage at the GW Lisner Auditorium was filled with all sorts of equipment—movie cameras set up ...

The Far Reaching and Unintended Influences of Art on Life by Cara Ober Since her death on December 27, Carrie Fisher has been on my mind. While my rational brain understands that ...

If You Find Yourself at Wits End, You're in Luck: An Interview with Mike Finazzo by Christopher Llewellyn Reed The bittersweet tale of the sometimes joys and frequent pains in ...

During the Holiday Season, Head to the Movies by Christopher Llewellyn Reed November and December are usually when movie distributors push their prestige content into cinemas, following the autumn doldrums ...

Black America Again, A Cinematic Collaboration by Bradford Young and Common reviewed by Jason Harris The opening frame of a rap video: a caterpillar crawling on the stump of a ...

Between the Screens with Matt Porterfield, Lodge Kerrigan, and Marielle Heller by Christopher Llewellyn Reed All generations proclaim their own exceptionalism, but there's no question that the second decade of the ...

Nauman and Waters Half a Century Later by Kerr Houston “Youth is the gift of nature, but age is a work of art.” -Stanisław Jerzy Lec What exactly is the aging ...

The Best of Baltimore Student Films Returns to the Creative Alliance by Christopher Llewellyn Reed Those of us who teach the art and craft of moving-image storytelling recognize the essential ...

Documentarian Ramona Diaz on Her Films Past, Present, and Future by Christopher Llewellyn Reed Ramona Diaz is a world-renowned documentary filmmaker based in Baltimore, and the Spring 2016 Artist-in-Residence for ...

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