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.
Putting an end to bullying. That’s the goal of a documentary that’s now playing in Maryland.
A documentary spotlighting one of Baltimore’s most active civil rights leaders gets a one-time showing.
An American remake of the BBC political drama “House of Cards” that will star Kevin Spacey will be filmed in Baltimore.
As the sun sets over Takoma Park, the customers start to arrive — a mother and son looking for early “Seinfeld” episodes, an illustrator hoping to find a cult horror film on VHS, a writer searching for a movie about someone who overcomes a physical or emotional challenge.
Edgar Allan Poe died 162 years ago in Baltimore, but is about to be resurrected by Hollywood.
The upcoming thriller, “The Raven,” imagines some of Edgar Allan Poe’s murder stories playing out in 19th century Baltimore and the famous American writer joining the hunt for a serial killer taking inspiration from his words.
A short documentary film about the Civil War Battle of Hagerstown is making its premiere.
The American Film Institute’s Sliverdocs documentary film festival is beginning in Silver Spring.
Don and Marty talked to director/producer Nikki Roberts about her film, “Out of Darkness.” In People Are Talking, Ron Matz was at the Baltimore Museum of Industry talking about the largest city-owned vehicles for Big Truck Day.
Life before the Chesapeake Bay Bridge was like another world, and its construction forever changed Maryland’s culture.
The Frederick Arts Council says it has postponed a kickoff luncheon for the Frederick Film Office.