Introducing the Johns Hopkins Film Incubator, a mentorship program designed for budding filmmakers from Hopkins and the Baltimore area. Read the story in the Baltimore Sun.
The Program in Film and Media Studies offers an undergraduate major and minor. Choose from a broad range of small, hands-on courses that combine theory and practice in film, television, popular culture, and new media taught by renowned faculty who include award-winning filmmakers, screenwriters, animators, sound designers, composers, and film critics, historians, and theorists.
The Saul Zaentz Innovation Fund in Film and Media Studies will create an incubator for budding filmmakers from Johns Hopkins and the Baltimore area, helping them to turn good ideas into viable projects.
Dr. Meredith Ward of Film and Media Studies is the recipient of the 2016 Society for Cinema and Media Studies Dissertation Award
Dr. Meredith Ward of Film and Media Studies is the recipient of the 2016 Society for Cinema and Media Studies Dissertation Award, which is given to the best dissertation submitted to the international organization for film and media scholars. The prize is being awarded at SCMS’s annual conference, taking place between March 30th and April […]
FMS Faculty led by Senior Lecturer, Lucy Bucknell, Spearhead the Baltimore Youth Documentary and Film Arts Program
Made possible by a $1.6 million grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Baltimore Youth Documentary and Film Arts Program will allow students and young adults from neighborhoods across the city to document their world on film. Through workshops on moviemaking and photography, students will create art while they learn technical skills and get […]