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.
Controversial confrontation. A man videotaped Baltimore County Police as they arrested two people in Towson, but an altercation broke out between the man and officer. Now an investigation is underway.
For more than a decade, members of Film Lovers in Carroll County have made it their mission to celebrate the art of film.
The Washington Jewish Film Festival is announcing its lineup of 64 movies that will be featured this year at theaters across the Washington area beginning next month.
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.