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.
The District of Columbia’s film office says Washington’s Theodore Roosevelt Bridge will be closing temporarily for a major motion picture.
Filmmaker Martin Scorsese is being honored by one of Washington’s cultural institutions.
The setting: a fourth-floor room in the House of Delegates office building on a bone-chilling January morning.
Republican gubernatorial hopeful Blaine Young is hitting the road with a film critical of illegal immigrants.
A new venue for Frederick’s artistic community has opened in the downtown historic district.
Auditions are planned for roles in “Ping-Pong Summer,” which will be filmed in Ocean City.
The weather starts getting cooler in September, but it’s still shorts weather as far as the organizers of the Annapolis Film Festival are concerned.
It may be hot but that won’t stop a lot of people from taking in a movie Friday night outside. The 15th Annual Little Italy Film Festival gets underway.
Filmmaker Michael Tully began envisioning a script in the early 1990s for a movie set during a 1985 family vacation. It centers around a teenage boy obsessed with ping pong and the then-burgeoning hip-hop music genre, based loosely on his experiences and memories from summer vacations in Ocean City.
Alden Tuck lives in one of the largest,most creatively charged cities in the world. But when the New York University student needed inspiration for a short film, he got it from his rural hometown.