MARYLAND FILM FESTIVAL 2001: FEATURE FILMMAKERS

The combination of “Baltimore” and “Film” usually stirs up thoughts of either John Waters, Barry Levinson, or the cancelled television series “Homocide: Life on the Street.” The Maryland Film Festival is looking to add itself to this list by continuing to grow in scale and popularity in its third year. Fundraising is a strong point for this young fest which enables it to provide all-expense paid trips to Baltimore for all of the feature filmmakers, extensive advertising and coverage in the local press, and healthy audiences of enthusiastic cinephiles. Film Threat’s Kent Bye was on the scene at The Maryland Film Festival to catch all of the highlights including a screening of one of Waters’ favorite films, “The Godfather of Gore” Herschell Gordon Lewis, and a ton of filmmakers who have been creating some buzz on the festival circuit. Now we’re going to make it easy for you, just click on a link below to take you to the next set of pictures in our Maryland Film Festival Photo Diary 2001!
MARYLAND FILM FESTIVAL 2001 PHOTO DIARY
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MARYLAND FILM FESTIVAL 2001: MORE FEATURE AND SHORT FILMMAKERS




Posted on May 14, 2001 in Festivals by
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One Comment on "MARYLAND FILM FESTIVAL 2001: FEATURE FILMMAKERS"

  1. L. Topeau on Sun, 22nd Sep 2013 1:52 pm 

    Even in ’01, nobody would deign to speak the name of Karl Atticus. Baltimore was his hometown, for crying out loud…you’d think somebody would put together a retrospective on the man and his work. He may not have been a Scorsese or a Spielberg, but he deserves some recognition at least.


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