Archived articles


Artscape 2017
Fresh take on 'The Freshman'
Published July 14, 2017
Peabody alum Michael Britt adds organ accompaniment for 1925 slapstick silent movie starring Harold Lloyd
Maryland Film Festival
Festival features Hopkins filmmakers
Published May 4, 2017
Porterfield, Roche, Yasinsky present their work at the newly renovated Parkway Theatre
Film studies
Rare glimpse of Cuban cinema
Published April 20, 2017
Film scholar Gustavo Arcos Fernandez-Britto will screen two Cuban films on campus next week
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
Film fest
Spring cinema
Published March 8, 2017
For more than two decades, Johns Hopkins Film Festival has offered eclectic mix of movies, expert discussions
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 sparks conversation on women, minorities in science
Published Jan 30, 2017
Johns Hopkins groups host film screening of Academy Award-nominated 'Hidden Figures' followed by discussion
Oscars 2017
Standouts, surprises, snubs
Published Jan 24, 2017
Linda DeLibero, director of JHU's Program in Film and Media Studies, talks about this year's Academy Award nominees
Film studies
A trailblazing filmmaker
Published April 27, 2016
Julie Dash, whose film 'Daughters of the Dust' broke new ground for black women filmmakers, to visit JHU
Studio North
Script to screen
Published April 26, 2016
Through Studio North production company, JHU students get a feel for professional filmmaking