In advance of the premiere of his fourth film, ‘Sollers Point,’ Johns Hopkins lecturer Matthew Porterfield spoke with the Hub’s Bret McCabe about filmmaking, creating complex characters, and the colors of summer in Baltimore. He complete article can be found here.
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.
FMS major Kelsey Waddill wins first place in the Baltimore Screenwriters Competition for her short script, “Carnival.”
FMS major Kelsey Waddill, Class of 2018, wins first place in the Baltimore Screenwriters Competition shorts category for her script, “Carnival.” In “Carnival,” Eli, a young boy growing up in Baltimore, encounters his estranged father with his second family for the first time at the carnival. The brief interaction turns what should have been a […]
FMS students continue to contribute to Baltimore film culture by providing script coverage for the Baltimore Screenwriters Competition, sponsored by the Baltimore Office for Promotion and the Arts.
The Film and Media Studies Program at Johns Hopkins is delighted to announce a visit by I Love Dick co-creator and showrunner, Sarah Gubbins. I Love Dick, an Amazon Original Series, is the creation of Gubbins and Transparent creator Jill Soloway, and the show features Kevin Bacon and Kathryn Hahn in lead roles. It is […]