Tag: documentary

Exciting New Science Documentary is coming to Baltimore – You can be Involved


An exciting new science documentary is coming to Baltimore, MD and we’d love you to be involved!

Created by Emmy award-winning Pioneer Productions, In The Womb plans to capture the incredible moments of human development in pregnancy in the most dynamic, cutting edge way ever visualized. You may already be familiar with the earlier series we produced back in 2005, Life Before Birth: In The Womb and the award-winning In The Womb – Extreme Animals.

For this series, we’re looking for women who are newly pregnant (up to 8 weeks) or actively trying for a child to feature. We’re also keen to speak to those expecting twins or multiples (up to 12 weeks along) for a special episode. We’re welcoming applications from people of all backgrounds.

Pregnancy on the Mind? Be Part of a Unique Experience



Come and be part of a unique experience, capturing the incredible moments of human development before birth, in an exciting new TV documentary series for a major international network.

Created by Emmy award-winning Pioneer Productions, the program plans to capture the incredible moments of human development in pregnancy in the most dynamic, cutting edge way ever visualized. We are looking for women, with possibly their friends and family, to experience and track their pregnancies as soon as they find out they are pregnant. This is a chance to see the development of your child like no one else on the planet has seen before.

The Charles Theater, Lewis Museum to Host Early Screenings of HBO’s ‘Baltimore Rising’

Still from trailer, via YouTube/HBO

Sonja Sohn’s new documentary premieres in Baltimore tonight with the literal red carpet treatment.

ESPN Documentary to Spotlight Dunbar’s Legendary ’81-83 Basketball Team

Still via YouTube/Maryland Public Television

The historic basketball program at Paul Laurence Dunbar High School is getting the national spotlight again, courtesy of ESPN.

Marc Steiner Leaving Radio Show at WEAA to Focus on Film, Podcasts

Steiner in 2015. Photo by Stefanie Mavronis, via Wikimedia Commons.

Marc Steiner is stepping away from his popular daily talk show at Morgan State-hosted public radio station WEAA-FM.

Netflix to Spotlight Baltimore Nun’s 1969 Murder in New Documentary Series

Image via Netflix

A new seven-part Netflix series will explore the unsolved 1969 killing of a 26-year-old nun at Baltimore’s former Archbishop Keough High School.

Documentary About Baltimore Step Team Now Has a Distribution Deal

Step (photo by Naysa Reames via Sundance)

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.

A Documentary on a Baltimore Step Team Was a Hit at Sundance

Step (photo by Naysa Reames via Sundance)

Some of the buzz at Sundance is being directed toward a Baltimore step team.

‘Wire’ Alum Sonja Sohn Directing HBO Documentary on Freddie Gray Aftermath

Sonja Sohn as Detective Shakima “Kima” Greggs on “The Wire.”

Sonja Sohn, known to many as Detective Kima Greggs on “The Wire,” has consistently reappeared in the city long since the show ended. This year, she’ll put her deep knowledge of the city’s problems to use as the director of the HBO documentary, “For the Love of Baltimore.”

French Film Examines Baltimore Club Music



Sometimes it’s the outsiders who are able to see things the most clearly. That’s one way to explain Baltimore Where You At?, a documentary by French filmmaker Tim Moreau that sheds light on Baltimore’s homegrown club music scene.