Beyond Video, the brainchild of seven local artists and film gurus, has successfully raised $30,000 in a Kickstarter, which means Baltimore will soon see the return of the in-person video store.
The 19th annual Maryland Film Festival opens Wednesday, May 3, with the opening night shorts program and gala, followed by four full days of excellent independent film.
Marking one year since the death of the musician Prince, the Senator Theatre will present “Purple Rain” in its main auditorium tonight at 8 p.m.
An investigator from the Motion Picture Association of America caught a Baltimore man and a Dundalk man red-handed while trying to record the newest film in the “Fast and the Furious” line on Friday, police say.
The new luxury dinner and a movie concept, CinéBistro at The Rotunda, officially opened its doors to the public last night at an event benefiting local non-profit Art With a Heart. The cinema and in-theater dining experience developed by Cobb Theatres is the first of its kind in Baltimore.
The list of films set to screen outside in this year’s Pics in the Park series downtown includes two new movies with plentiful Oscar buzz, along with some crowd favorites.
The wait will soon be over: Hampden’s new restaurant-bar-lounge-movie theater, known as CinéBistro, opens tomorrow.
Starting next Friday, you’ll be able to plop down in a plush chair, put your feet up, order some fine American cuisine and enjoy a film on a 4K screen right in the Rotunda shopping center.
Coming out of Sundance earlier this week, it was obvious that a documentary about a Baltimore step team was a hit with audiences in Park City. Apparently, studios thought so, too.
The Rotunda development taking shape on the northern side of Hampden (or the southern side of Roland Park, depending on your views) is unlike anything else in the neighborhood. Soon, it’ll have its own movie theater that is unlike any other theater in the city.