Film and media studies student Cierra Gladden created her thriller short, “Sundown,” and made new steps in finding community and supporting diverse voices in film.
Fellows and instructors from Baltimore Youth Film Arts (BYFA) gathered for their spring exhibition and screening on May 20. Find more information and check out fellow artwork at https://www.filmartsbaltimore.org. BYFA offers Baltimore City residents ages 16 to 29 the opportunity to learn camera skills, refine storytelling techniques, and create films and photographs to be shared at […]
On Wednesday, April 26, 2023, Studio North Premiered its two grant-funded films for the 2022-2023 cycle. Cierra Gladden screened her film Sundown and Christian Reidy screened his film Moving Up, Out, On. Congratulations to both filmmakers, pictured with emcee for the evening, Lorraine Rinaldi.
Ranked the #1 film school in America, AFI’s Producing Program fosters assured filmmakers with the skills necessary to shape narratives across platforms, identify content, develop material with writers, and collaborate with directors, cinematographers, editors and production designers to bring a wide array of stories to audiences. Evelyn is a senior in the Film and Media […]
FMS students provided script coverage for the 18th annual Baltimore Screenwriters Competition, sponsored by the Baltimore Film Office at the Baltimore Office for Promotion and the Arts. Winners will be announced at a ceremony in May. Under the supervision of FMS Senior Lecturer Lucy Bucknell, students were first readers for both features and shorts. Here’s what […]
Film and Media Studies is proud to announce that John D’cruz and Cierra Gladden have been chosen for the second cohort of the Peter Roth Internship Program being offered by the Paley Center for Media. This highly selective paid internship is named in honor of longtime television studio chief Peter Roth. More about the Peter […]
Screenwriter, playwright, and teacher Marc Lapadula inspired and guided generations of young writers in his many years of teaching at Johns Hopkins University. The Marc Lapadula Screenwriting Prize has been established in his honor. A $4,000 award for a completed feature script will be awarded this year to a senior graduating with a major or […]
The second major studio feature written by Zach Baylin (FMS ’02) hit US theaters over the weekend. Creed III was released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer in the United States and Warner Bros. Pictures internationally on March 3, 2023. The “Rocky” spinoff is projecting an opening north of $50 million, marking a franchise high across all the “Creed” films […]
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 in Los Angeles or New York. Applications are being accepted until March 27 through the JHU Life Design Lab.
FMS, in collaboration with the Alexander Grass Humanities Institute and the AAP Program in Film and Media, hosted an evening with Emmy-nominated costume designer, Justine Seymour. Ms. Seymour is widely admired for her ability to build character through costume work authentically, and her work was awarded the German TV Award for Best Costume Designer in […]