The 20th Maryland Film Festival is May 2nd – 6th, 2018
Baltimore’s Station North Arts and Entertainment District!
With over 40 feature films and 10 shorts programs, spanning all genres and drawing works from all over the world – acclaimed festival favorites and new discoveries.
Whether you’re a film buff or casual moviegoer, The Maryland Film Festival will leave you inspired by the world of cinema.
“The Maryland Film Festival in Baltimore has long been one of the crucial showcases for independent films.” – Richard Brody, Film Critic at The New Yorker
As always, the Festival will feature a film selected and introduced by legendary Baltimore filmmaker, artist and visionary John Waters. This year: I, Olga Hepnarova
For the 16th year, the Alloy Orchestra comes to the Festival to perform a bold, live, original score to accompany a unique piece of film history. 2018’s selection: A Page of Madness
The Stavros Niarchos Foundation Parkway
The Festival is packed with panel discussions and all screenings of North American films are hosted by the artists.
BOX OFFICE & TICKET SALES
Tickets to regular screenings are $13.
Tickets for students and seniors are $11 purchased on-site only.
John Waters Presents: I, Olga Hepnarova
MICA Brown Center Passes are on sale to the public for $100, and grant priority admission (up to 15 minutes before showtime) to all regular screenings in the MICA Brown Center.
The Miseducation of Cameron Post (Sundance Grand Prize Winner)
SNF Parkway Theatre, 5 W. North Avenue
MICA Brown Center, 1301 W. Mount Royal Avenue
MICA Gateway Building, 1601 W. Mount Royal Ave
MICA Lazarus Graduate Studio Center, 131 W. North Avenue
Mr. Rogers Documentary Won’t You Be My Neighbor?
(Main Box Office, Volunteer Check-In, Merchandise, Membership, General Information)
The Bank Building, 1901 N. Charles Street
Filmmaker Panel Discussions
Red Emma’s Bookstore Coffeehouse, 30 W. North Avenue
The Filmmaker/VIP Lounge The Windup Space, 12 W. North Avenue
All Square – Starring House of Cards’ Michael Kelly and filmed in Dundalk, Maryland
Alloy Orchestra – A Page of Madness – $20
***Ticketholders must be in line 15 minutes prior to showtime to secure their seats, as standby tickets will go on sale once the theater is loaded***
Sollers Point – Baltimore Director Matt Porterfield’s new feature
During the festival, available tickets will be for sale online and onsite at the Main Box Office (1901 N. Charles Street) and all screening venues. Please arrive early if purchasing tickets onsite during the festival.
Standby lines will form at the screenings venues
All box office locations will open one hour prior to the first showtime and close fifteen minutes after the start of the last showtime.
MATANGI / MAYA / M.I.A.