A new film captures a last bastion of anachronistic DIY paradise. The Senator Theater will host screenings and Q&A sessions with the filmmakers December 8 and 9.
The works in The Speed of Time show artists co-opting, even deconstructing film and video, media that, in their commercial form, were on their way to dominating the American consciousness.
The National Gallery of Art’s retrospective Skip Norman: Here and Now on December 9-10, 2023, is a long overdue homecoming for a talented Black filmmaker with strong connections to the region, whose small but compelling filmography and unique life story merit a fresh look.
Actress (on strike) and writer (no longer on strike!) Liz Eldridge on why John Waters' mainstream acceptance restores her faith in filmmaking.
The New/Next Film Festival afterparty featured a performance by Baltimore Club headliners TT the Artist and Dapper Dan Midas Friday night at Metro Gallery.
A good film festival honors that artistic core, and brings its city an international view of independent cinema that hopefully also says something meaningful about the city in which the festival takes place.
The creators of two recent, enthralling films—Neptune Frost (2022) and Strawberry Mansion (2021)—also call on dreams in their dystopian science fiction, presenting provocative and fluid narratives with dynamic characters, beautiful shots of landscapes, and curious costuming.
The end result is more than a portrait of the artist at work; it’s a document of the uniquely collaborative spirit for which Baltimore is, and should be, known.
The one-night-only screening of Tyler Brunner's film features handmade chocolates and a specialty cocktail from Tapas Teatro.
The final three screenings are fitting, as they amplify the voices of many regional artists, Baltimore’s youth, and the complex beauty of the city itself.