Maryland Film Festival
Baltimore is a large metropolis that attracts visitors from around the world – and for good reason. Here are some of the primary attractions in Baltimore for the year of 2015.
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.
Don and Marty had “Coffee With” Patrick Dempsey and Kathryn West. They talked about cancer and the importance of building a support network. Ron Matz had “People Are Talking” about the Maryland Film Festival.
It’s a film frenzy and it starts right here in Baltimore. It’s the 15th annual Maryland Film Festival.
Ron Matz has People Are Talking about the Maryland Film Festival. Don Scott has Coffee With: Cesar Millan, the dog whisperer.
In a world where emphasis is placed on who you know, much talent can go undiscovered. These underground artists allow you to have a new experience in music, photography, film and other artistic branches.
From local filmmakers to Academy Award winners and more, the Maryland Film Festival has become a must for movie lovers and the industry.
Don and Marty had “Coffee With” Dee Snider and Jay Jay French from Twisted Sister. Ron Matz had “People Are Talking” about the Maryland Film Festival.
Find out what’s playing at the Maryland Film Festival this year.
Gigi Barnett spoke with Michael Micalizzi, Kevyn Morrow and Johnny Ramey, Derrick Burnett and Ray Banks, The Maryland Film Festival and Randi Alper Pupkin.
“Art for art’s sake” would not be as much fun if not shared with others. Come out to Baltimore’s spring and summer festivals for family fun.
As warmer seasons return, exciting shows and events spring up at local theaters. From musical plays to rowdy comedians to artistic works of film, there is something for everyone coming soon to Baltimore.