Lights, camera, income. Gov. Martin O’Malley visited the cast and crew of the HBO comedy “Veep.”
Teaching young people how to identify the warnings signs of a dangerous relationship. That’s what a local foundation, created in memory of Cockeysville native Yeardley Love, is doing through a film.
The director behind “The Blair Witch Project” says he is still negotiating with the owners of a vacant Maryland shopping mall to be the setting of his next horror film.
There’s something new in Little Italy, and it’s the talk of the neighborhood. It’s a tribute to a summertime event there.
Writer, producer and Carroll County native debuts his first feature film.”Flock of Dudes” is set for release next year.
It’s the granddaddy of them all and it starts Friday night. Believe it or not, it’s the 15th year for the Little Italy Film Festival.
A horror movie director wants to shoot a film in an abandoned mall in Frederick.
A documentary by a former Washington Post journalist, exploring the past two years since he revealed he was living in the country illegally, is premiering at Washington’s AFI Docs Film Festival.
If you would like to enhance your picture-taking skills, these area photography classes are helpful for both beginners and professionals.
Downtown Silver Spring isn’t exactly Hollywood, but for Montgomery County middle school students, it was transformed into a scene as thrilling as any L.A. movie premiere Wednesday.
Maryland’s top brass spent the day with an A-list actor Tuesday.
It’s a film frenzy and it starts right here in Baltimore. It’s the 15th annual Maryland Film Festival.