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documentary

Film
Being 7 in Baltimore
Published March 26, 2018
'7 in the City' project, which received Idea Lab funding in 2017, will premiere 12 short documentaries and a related web project in May
Entertainment
True crime and the rise of the docudrama
Published Jan 30, 2018
Film and Media Studies director Linda DeLibero discusses the growing appeal of true crime storytelling on TV and the future of the genre
Film
Documenting the Northern Neck
Published Winter 2017
A recently discovered trove of films documenting life in Virginia during the Great Depression reveal a Hopkins alum's love for his hometown / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Film
Baltimore's unrest, through a Parisian's lens
Published Sept 29, 2017
One-time Johns Hopkins visiting scholar Sabrina Bouarour puts final touches on documentary exploring the imagery of Baltimore's 2015 protests
Stepping up
Published Fall 2017
Cori Grainger, a rising sophomore at Hopkins, chases her dreams in Baltimore dance documentary / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Film
'Step' into the spotlight
Published Aug 3, 2017
Cori Grainger, a rising sophomore at Hopkins, chases her dreams in Baltimore dance documentary
Breast martyrdom
Published Spring 2017
Johns Hopkins research professor visits the Festival of Saint Agatha in Catania, Sicily, for her new film / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Q+A
Saints, mastectomies, and the power of myth
Published March 9, 2017
A conversation with filmmaker Bernadette Wegenstein, whose documentary 'The Good Breast' offers an intimate look at surgical breast cancer interventions
Food flick
Documentary hits festivals, classrooms
Published Feb 24, 2017
'Food Frontiers,' produced by JHU's Center for a Livable Future, showcases food policy success stories
Film screening
Community voices
Published Feb 5, 2016 Video
Documentary 'License to Operate,' produced by JHU alum, explores neighborhoods in crisis