The Telluride Mountainfilm Festival will be in Baltimore, October 28th -29th, 2016. The tour travels worldwide and year-round and is made up of a collection of films from the annual festival in Telluride, CO. The intention of the festival is to promote and inspire education through film.
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 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, 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 […]
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 […]
We are proud to share the success of FMS alumna Emma Needell on her screenplay for The Water Man, which reached 6th place on THE HIT LIST 2015. This annual list compiles Hollywood executives’ favorite spec scripts and only 91 out of 378 eligible spec scripts made it onto this year’s list, with Ms. Needell’s reaching all the way […]
Attention all students interested in the Film & Media Studies Program: join us next Tuesday the 29th for a whole evening of events at the new Film Centre! The evening will begin at 4pm with a talk hosted by artist Chris Jordan. At 6pm, all JHU FMS students and faculty will gather for a presentation about the […]
JHU/MICA Film Center in Baltimore’s Station North Arts and Entertainment District houses state-of-the-art production facilities. Read the HUB article here.
The new program will focus on the business of film, writing for film and television, and sound production. More information can be found here.
Studio North, JHU’s only student-run film production company and film studio, premiered the films from its first grant cycle: Max Bowens’ Motorcycle Memories (the story of a young man’s search for his mother) and Andrea Massaro’s Bernard Died (the story of a boy dealing with the death of both his grandmother and his beloved goldfish). The […]