I know, I know: I sound like a broken record. Every time you go to the blog, I’ve posted about another film festival. First Tournees French Films, then the JHU Film Festival, and now the Maryland Film Festival. Who knew Baltimore was such a hub for the movie industry?

The festival showcases films from around the world and around the corner. Check out the complete schedule to get a sense for the scope and variety of movies. There is something for everyone.

Can’t make it to the event? No worries, have your own in-house movie marathon viewing films from the library’s collection. We’ve got films in every genre, including: comedies, dramas, horror films, Westerns, thrillers. And, films by local directors like John Waters and Barry Levinson and legendary folks like Fellini and Bergman. A TV junkie? No worries, we’ve got you covered, too.

For film nerds (like me), don’t forget to use our Film & Media Studies Research Guide to find scholarship about film, reviews, screenplays, and basic information. Sure, IMDb is good, but we’ve got even more.

Whether you’re at the festival or on your couch, sit back and enjoy!

One thought on “Maryland Film Festival 2012

  1. within this context >>> tonight’s 5/2 “Media Overture” @ BMA 7.30 – 10.30 PM
    Join internationally renowned artist Martha Rosler (“video and political art pioneer” —The New York Times) and leading arts journalist Tyler Green of Modern Art Notes (MAN) for a presentation and discussion of Rosler’s groundbreaking photo-collage and photo-text works followed by a question-and-answer session. A recording of the event will be released on May 10 as a MAN Podcast. http://www.manpodcast.com/

    Admission is FREE, but tickets are required. Tickets are available in-person at the BMA Box Office one hour prior to start time and limited to one ticket per person on a first come, first served basis. Reservations are not accepted. For more information, call 443-573-1832.

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