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  • Maryland Film Festival announces next batch of movies

    Maryland Film Festival announces next batch of movies
    More titles scheduled for this year's Maryland Film Festival are trickling out, and this next batch of 10 titles includes the latest from festival favorite Bobcat Goldthwait, a documentary on the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and the new Alex Winter documentary on the Silk Road online marketplace (note: our critic was not too wild about that last one when it screened at South By Southwest).
  • The Maryland Film Festival announces the first 10 feature films in this year's lineup

    The Maryland Film Festival announces the first 10 feature films in this year's lineup
    A Stanley Nelson-directed examination of the Black Panther movement, a doc following a metal band of Brooklyn teens called Unlocking the Truth that became a viral sensation, and a look at the life and career of 1950s-heartthrob-turned-John-Waters-...

    Eric Hatch skewers film culture 140 characters at a time

    Eric Hatch skewers film culture 140 characters at a time
    Way too many people are crammed into W.C. Harlan for the semi-frequent Shade live reading series to hear @EricAllenHatch rattle off a series of his absurdist movie review tweets, a brief break from the night’s emboldened but much more heady poetry:...

    City Paper at SXSW: 'Landfill Harmonic' offers the irresistible story of children learning music on instruments made from garbage

    City Paper at SXSW: 'Landfill Harmonic' offers the irresistible story of children learning music on instruments made from garbage
    Hundreds of documentary films are released each year and only a few are ever screened in a theater—and fewer still are ever shown for more than a few days. "Landfill Harmonic" has a good chance to be one of that small handful, for it combines good...

    City Paper at SXSW: Neil Young discusses remastering his dystopian sci-fi flick 'Human Highway'

    City Paper at SXSW: Neil Young discusses remastering his dystopian sci-fi flick 'Human Highway'
    When Neil Young answered questions about the release of his 1982 film "Human Highway" at the South by Southwest Film Festival Thursday evening, he didn't make any great claims for the movie, but he never apologized for it either. Which was appropriate,...