Maryland lawmakers who scrambled to keep House of Cards from packing up and moving away this year may have a rerun on their hands next year.
Lights, cameras, action. Thursday night marks the start of the granddaddy of all the Baltimore summer open air film festivals.
A documentary filmmaker is providing a preview in Frederick of his movie about the death in custody of a man with Down syndrome.
If you love movies this is a great weekend to be in Baltimore. About 20,000 people are expected to take in movies made in Ocean City and around the world.
A D.C. councilmember says he’s in touch with a producer for the TV drama “Scandal” who’d like to bring the show to the city to shoot scenes in August.
A film about a self-documenting man amid the Libyan revolution and a dark comedy about female Israeli soldiers have taken top honors at the Tribeca Film Festival.
The HBO hit comedy “Veep” is heading back to Baltimore to shoot a fourth season.
You can’t call Maryland legislators starstruck. Under pressure from Hollywood to increase tax breaks for filming here, lawmakers went for a cliffhanger ending.
Legendary actor Mickey Rooney has died at the age of 93. When he was 80 he paid a visit to a Baltimore landmark to screen one of his most loved movies.
Lawmakers have agreed to pony up extra money next year to keep “House of Cards” filming in Maryland.
Sen. Edward Kasemeyer says Maryland should look to the film industry for jobs it has lost in manufacturing.
Annapolis is preparing to host a four-day film festival.