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film and media studies

Q+A
An intimate portrait of a working-class life
Published May 21, 2018
In advance of the premiere of his fourth film, 'Sollers Point,' Johns Hopkins lecturer Matthew Porterfield sits down to talk filmmaking, creating complex characters, and the colors of summer in Baltimore
Film
Virtual world, present danger
Published May 21, 2018
Extended reality film experience about nuclear fallout and Hiroshima premieres at Tribeca Film Festival
Women's bodies, weaponized
Published May 21, 2018
In 'Trouble Girls' zine, senior Gillian Waldo explores women's prison protests in Northern Ireland
Entertainment
True crime and the rise of the docudrama
Published May 21, 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
Baltimore's unrest, through a Parisian's lens
Published May 21, 2018
One-time Johns Hopkins visiting scholar Sabrina Bouarour puts final touches on documentary exploring the imagery of Baltimore's 2015 protests
Film studies
Rare glimpse of Cuban cinema
Published May 21, 2018
Film scholar Gustavo Arcos Fernandez-Britto will screen two Cuban films on campus next week
Oscars 2017
Standouts, surprises, snubs
Published May 21, 2018
Linda DeLibero, director of JHU's Program in Film and Media Studies, talks about this year's Academy Award nominees
Music
Sound's future
Published Winter 2016
Thomas Dolby's memoir explores the future of music's creation and use / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Youth arts program
Finding their voices
Published May 21, 2018
Baltimore Youth Film Arts hosts summer screening, exhibitions July 30 at Shriver Hall
Film studies
A trailblazing filmmaker
Published May 21, 2018
Julie Dash, whose film 'Daughters of the Dust' broke new ground for black women filmmakers, to visit JHU