by Abby Harri, Class of 2014 Planning any four-day event is a challenge, but when you’re doing it for nine months the event can truly become your “baby.” With a double dose of snow days on February 13 and 14, a canceled opening night screening, and the general homebody mentality that can result from winter weather […]
Abby Harri, a film and media studies major, and Michael Nakan, a Writing Seminars major, are collaborating on Baby Booking, a documentary that paints a picture of the state of juvenile justice in Baltimore via the stories of two young men, Vernon and Justin, who have spent considerable time navigating the system.
As the Film and Media Studies Program approaches both its 20th anniversary (it began as part of the English Department in 1995) and its upcoming move to the nearby Station North Arts District, slated for July 2015, it continues to grow at a dynamic pace.
By Abby Harri, Class of 2014 In its inaugural year, September’s Undergraduate Film Conference made its mark in the array of events for cinema lovers at Hopkins and in Baltimore. The thoughtful programming and quality of presentations were exceptional for any event, especially one in its first year. Considering the forthcoming expansion of the Film […]
Join the Film and Media Studies Program on September 28 for the Hopkins Film Conference, "Expanded Cinema: Film, Technology, and Society."
For the eighth year, in partnership with students at Morgan State University, Hopkins film students served as first readers for the Baltimore Screenwriters Competition, sponsored by the Baltimore Film Office at the Baltimore Office for Promotion & the Arts. Under the supervision of Senior Lecturer Lucy Bucknell, interns evaluated and provided coverage of competition screenplays. Contest winners will be […]
Mark Willsher, an audio engineer who has worked on blockbuster films such as The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings Trilogy, and King Kong, visited Hopkins on April 12, 2013, and gave a lecture on the history, technology, and practice of film scoring to our JHU Film & Media Studies Program/Peabody-affiliated Sound of Film course along […]
Teddy Cafaro '09's Los Angeles-based group, Incan Abraham, is featured in the Time Magazine article "Ten Acts That Rocked South by Southwest."
Jacob Appet ’12 recently completed the pilot of a new web series he wrote and directed called “The Connection Section.” The web series is a parody and homage to the Twilight Zone. Check it out here.
Set to screen her documentary, The Source Family at MICA the following day, Jodi Wille previewed scenes and shared her vision with students in our Introduction to Film Production course on February 18, 2013. The film depicts the lives of the vibrant and utopic Source Family who at one time owned a very popular Sunset Strip restaurant in LA and […]