Congratulations to Sophia Lin for receiving a research grant to fund the making of her short film, Red Prior. Red Prior is a narrative drama short film that follows Ling, a pregnant mother in prison, as she struggles to overcome her grief after giving up her firstborn daughter. As she connects with a kindred inmate, […]
Distinguished alumni Alexandra Byer (’11), Diana Peralta (’11), Emma Needell (’12), and Max Bowens (’15), along with honorary alum, Jake Sally, came to campus on Wednesday, November 8 to talk about their experience as creatives in film and television. The panel spoke candidly with current students about the ups and downs of making it in […]
Film and Media Studies Director, Adam Rodgers, Senior Lecturer, Linda DeLibero, and Film Centre Co-Director and Director of the Saul Zaentz Innovation Fund, Annette Porter, are heading up a team that aims to return Hopkins to the national stage via a science-focused streaming TV series. Funded by a Discovery Grant, they are taking their cue […]
Abby Harri, a 2014 graduate of the Film and Media Studies program, was chosen for Filmmaker Magazine’s 25 New Faces of Independent Film 2023. Congratulations to Abby for this accolade!
Film and Media studies is pleased to announce the addition of Wonjung Bae to the faculty. Ms. Bae is a non-fiction storyteller/documentary filmmaker/news producer. Bae made her first film, Grand, Father and Me, at age sixteen and has won numerous awards for her work, including the 38th Student Academy Award, the 16th Annual Directors Guild of America Student Film Award, […]
The Hopkins in Hollywood contingent was joined by Dean Erin Rowe, Vice Provost Farouk Dey, and Advocate for Alumni Linda DeLibero for an evening of networking and catching up at Grandmaster Recorders in Hollywood. The event, which took place on August 10, was co-hosted by the JHU Alumni Association and Film and Media Studies. Main […]
FMS Senior Lecturer Jimmy Joe Roche is a 2023 recipient of the Rubys Artist Grant. The award was given in support of A Complete History of the Known Universe, an experimental, narrative feature film about a group of eccentric drifters gathered on the fringes of society, planning for the end of the world. An initiative […]
The Baltimore lens-based arts community came together for film screenings and a photography exhibition at the 6th Annual Born in Baltimore Film & Photography Festival. Artists of all ages gathered on June 25th at Creative Alliance in Patterson Park. The Festival is a production of Baltimore Youth Film Arts, an affiliate program of the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences at Johns Hopkins University. BYFA […]
FMS and History Department Teaching Professor Laura Mason “sparks the imagination” of freshmen in her first-year seminar, Global Cinema in the 21st Century. Read the full article in Arts & Sciences Magazine here.
Congratulations to the winners of the first-ever Kelly-Clyne Summer Internship Grant: FMS rising Seniors Cierra Gladden and Sophia Lin. Established by alumnus Luke Kelly-Clyne (’10) in 2023, the Kelly-Clyne Summer Internship Grant awards students between $5,000-$7,000 to cover living expenses for an internship within the film and media industries. Preference is given to students pursuing opportunities […]