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Fall 2019 Baltimore Student Film Showcase

An evening dedicated to highlighting superb film and video work produced entirely by Baltimore-area students, ranging from middle school to college.
December 2019

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Ticket Prices

$11 regular admission
$9 matinees (before 6pm)
$9 students/seniors/active military with valid ID
$8 MdFF Members

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The Baltimore Student Film Showcase is a year-long celebration of student-produced film and video by Baltimore-area middle, high-school, and college-aged artists that take place quarterly throughout the school year.

Program Notes

Free and open to the public; RSVP here.

 

The Fall 2019 Baltimore Student Film Showcase is an evening dedicated to highlighting superb film and video work produced entirely by Baltimore-area students, ranging from middle school to college. Free and open to the public.

 

The showcase is comprised of three blocks of films, one youth and two college, each followed by audience Q&A’s with the student filmmakers.

 

The showcase is selected by a student-screening committee of college and high school students from the Baltimore area. We’re proud to have the Fall showcase hosted by Johns Hopkins University Anthropology Professor Anand Pandian!

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Groceries
Eli Golding, G.W. Carver School of Arts and Technology
When a young boy awakens to find his refrigerator empty, he steals his father's money to satisfy his hunger.
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Empathy Is...
Wide Angle Youth Media - Baltimore Speaks Out Program at Enoch Pratt Free Library Brooklyn Boys and Girls Club
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Cafeteria Experiment
Bryce Taylor, Baltimore City Public Schools City School Media Team
Chef Bryce Taylor does an experiment with city school cafeterias.
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Underneath It All
Geidy Cordova Flores, Baltimore School for the Arts
A film about defying stereotypes about Latinos, showing a different side.
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Be A Friend
Wide Angle Youth Media - Baltimore Speaks Out Program at Enoch Pratt Forest Park Branch
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Red
Max Jarcho, Johns Hopkins University Film and Media Studies Program
A boy revisits his memories of love, learning, and loss.
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Can I Get $5
Isaiah Briscoe, Baltimore Youth Film Arts and Towson University
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Juliet
Den'Marice Chambers, Baltimore Youth Film Arts
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Shhh
Ahday Griffin & Briana Richert, Towson University Electronic Media and Film Program
A tale of a wedding hopeful young woman who soon finds out her potential fiance is hiding a killer secret.
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Legacy
Carabella Sands & Charlie Herrick, Towson University Electronic Media and Film Program
A timid sorority pledge is let into the cellar for a mysterious initiation ceremony. **DISCLAIMER: Nudity**
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Visual Music
Yuntao Liu, Maryland Institute College of Art Film and Video
An experimental video, conducting a piece of unconventional music using visual language and artificially mixed natural sounds.
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Osiris
Andrew Boone, Lauren Scott, and Alexandria Lundelius, Stevenson University Film and Moving Image Program
A tone poem about the cycle of life and death. Examining the rhythm and progression of life and growth through the lens of an unnamed female protagonist, "Osiris" seeks to explore through visual means existential and ontological questions regarding the nature of being and the value of living.
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Baltimore's Forgotten Chinatown
Caroline Xia & Rafhael Dungca, Maryland Institute College of Art Film and Video
A reflection on what used to be Baltimore's Chinatown. Footage filmed on location at Charm City Night Market 2019 and Park Avenue, Baltimore 2019.
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Concealer
Jenna Cipolloni & J.B. Yaskovich, Towson University Electronic Media and Film Program
A woman tries to leave her locked bedroom door in this meditation on a woman's permissibility. **DISCLAIMER: Nudity**

Directions to the Parkway Theatre
The Stavros Niarchos Foundation Parkway is located at 5 W. North Avenue (at the intersection of North Avenue and Charles St.) in Baltimore's Station North Arts and Entertainment District
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