A Virtual Broadcast with The Parkway Theatre
Streaming live in partnership with the SNF Parkway Theatre in Baltimore, the Maryland Institute College
of Art MFA Filmmaking Class of 2021 will present a virtual broadcast of our Thesis Films. Free and open
to the public, we invite you to enjoy our films on the 23rd and 24th of April, at 7pm. This year's theme
titled: In Place, Insight, and In Time features three Documentaries, an Episodic Pilot and three Narratives.
Each block will be followed with a live Q&A featuring the graduating filmmakers.
UMBC's Center for Innovation, Research and Creativity in the Arts (CIRCA) presents Marnie Ellen Hertzler and Corey Hughes. Hertzler is a video artist, animator and filmmaker working in experimental narrative and hybrid documentary; Hughes is director and cinematographer traversing narrative, documentary and experimental realms. The two will discuss their individual work as well as their director-cinematographer collaborations.
The Howard Community College (HCC) film program launched a film discussion series this spring. The series operates much like a book club. Participants choose the films that interest them from the schedule and watch the films at their convenience before the scheduled discussion. Offered virtually, the discussion series takes advantage of film titles available on popular streaming platforms such as Amazon Prime and Netflix. The 7 p.m.
Nic Sheff’s heartbreaking and inspiring struggle with substance use disorder is the story of Beautiful Boy, a major motion picture starring Timothée Chalamet as Nic and Steve Carell as his father, David. The film, which earned Golden Globe and SAG nominations for Chalamet, is based on Nic’s New York Times bestselling memoir, Tweak: Growing Up on Methamphetamines and David’s bestseller, which shares its title with the movie.