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Expanded Maryland Film Festival to feature Matthew Porterfield's latest movie
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Baltimore filmmaker Matthew Porterfield talks about his latest film "I Used to Be Darker," showing next week at the Maryland Film Festival. The movie premiered at Sundance and picked up awards in Nashville and Buenos Aires.
Break a leg: Baltimore actress Liz Chuday talks 'VEEP'
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
The HBO comedy "VEEP" has employed nearly 1,000 extras, cast and crew during its first season of filming in Maryland. We talk to one extra, Liz Chuday, about what it's like working with Julia Louis-Dreyfus and how she got signed up by one of the world's biggest talent agencies.
Step OUT: To Help Reshape Charm City
Tuesday, January 08, 2013
Join artists, intellectuals, public health officials and innovators as they explore ways to reenergize the urban lanscape in Baltimore. It takes place Jan. 25 at Morgan State University.
Step OUT: To Get a Sneak Peek of the BMA's New Contemporary Wing
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Check out the Baltimore Museum of Art's expanded contemporary wing when the museum hosts an after-hours event Nov. 17, the night before the wing officially opens. The evening will feature live music, a cash bar and conversations with artists.
Jersey Film Director Takes a Shine to Baltimore
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Towson University graduate Matthew Barry has directed nearly 60 short films in Baltimore, even though he lives in New Jersey. He chats about his latest project and his future in the film industry.
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