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The Color of Medicine: The Story of Homer G. Phillips Hospital chronicles the unique history of the medical training of African American doctors and nurses before and after desegregation from the hospital’s beginnings in 1937 to its closing in 1979. This program is in partnership with the Baltimore International Black Film Festival (Oct 10- Oct 14) that promotes culturally significant films directed, produced, and starring African Americans and people of the African Diaspora.
Loyola University Maryland is hosting a free screening of Charm City, a film by Marilyn Ness on Monday, October 14, 2019 at 7pm at The Senator Theater.
Charm City, a film by Marilyn Ness, offers a candid portrait of citizens, police, community advocates, and government officials on the frontlines during three years of unparalleled, escalating violence in Baltimore. The film highlights the positive actions undertaken by groups and individuals, who come together to rebuild, heal, and forge a better way forward. Official Selection at the Tribeca Film Festival.
With autumn in full swing, the Baltimore Korean Movie Series presents the psychological thriller Memoir of A Murderer(살인자의 기억법), part of With autumn in full swing, the Baltimore Korean Movie Series presents the psychological thriller Memoir of A Murderer(살인자의 기억법), part of the Korean Cultural Center's regional outreach of free film screenings in Baltimore, in partnership with the Maryland Film Festival.
Back by popular demand, Mountainfilm on Tour returns to Baltimore! Held every Memorial Day weekend in Telluride, CO, Mountainfilm uses the power of film, art, and ideas to inspire audiences to create a better world. This free film screening includes 12 film shorts, many of which address issues of equity and access in everything from indigenous dancing competitions to skateboarding to beekeeping in Detroit. Other film topics include daredevil bike stunts and more. Join us for an evening that will both delight you and challenge you. Friday, October 25, 2019.
rom the popular Hotel Transylvania Series. Dracula and family take a summer vacation – will the family enjoy all the summer fun a cruise has to offer?
Join us for some tasty treats and come in costume for the parade! Make a Halloween decoration! Halloween fun ahoy!
“Treat Bags” provided by the Havre de Grace Boys and Girls Club!
“Being Creepy”, a book by local artists JimmyO and April Burril, will be read by April prior to the start of the film.
“Being Creepy” will be for purchase in our lobby.
Occasional Symphony's first Halloween venture from 2012 gets a re-boot for 2019 with four world premieres added! Enjoy this silent horror classic from 1920 directed by Robert Wiene with Occasional Symphony's live, original soundtrack conducted by Music Director Ryan Tani. The live score includes classical favorites, commissions from 2012 by James Young and Scott Lee, and world premieres composed by Joshua Bornfield, Stephen Edwards, Haley Olson, and Kristina Wolfe. Come in costume - the orchestra will!
The Havre de Grace Arts Collective presents: Inventing Tomorrow
This documentary, from POV, follows several groups of teenagers from around the world as they design projects intended to solve serious, local problems and bring them into competition at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.
The Havre de Grace Arts Collective presents: The Big Parade
King Vidor’s epic masterpiece from 1925 chronicles the adventures of a rich idler who goes off to war, where he experiences terror, bravery, conscience and romance. This is the final film of our WW1 series, and will be shown on the 100th anniversary of the first Armistice Day. Starring John Gilbert and Renee Adoree. Silent, with intertitles and a score by world-renowned Carl Davis.