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film

Q+A
An intimate portrait of a working-class life
Published May 27, 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
Have a ball at the JHU Film Fest
Published May 27, 2018
Student-curated festival, which runs through Saturday, presents feature films exploring balls, proms, and formals
Q+A
Body talk
Published May 27, 2018
Artists-in-residence Mary Reid Kelley, Patrick Kelley on their visual language, wordplay, and the politics of language
Film
Being 7 in Baltimore
Published May 27, 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
Commentary
'Black Panther' taps centuries of dreams
Published May 27, 2018
Historian N.D.B. Connolly explores the historical inspirations, both real and imagined, for the film's fictional world of Wakanda / The Hollywood Reporter
'Walter just knows stuff'
Published Winter 2017
Oscar-winning film editor and sound designer Walter Murch likes to dive into obscure subjects—including some discounted 18th-century astrophysics that, he thinks, deserves another look / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Film
Baltimore's unrest, through a Parisian's lens
Published May 27, 2018
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 May 27, 2018
Cori Grainger, a rising sophomore at Hopkins, chases her dreams in Baltimore dance documentary
Artscape 2017
Fresh take on 'The Freshman'
Published May 27, 2018
Peabody alum Michael Britt adds organ accompaniment for 1925 slapstick silent movie starring Harold Lloyd