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Ida Lupino at 100: Watch the pioneering director’s work at the Parkway and the Charles

Image via IMDB

Ida Lupino, best known for playing tough-talkers in ’40s film noirs and celebrated as a pioneering woman director back when there were far fewer women allowed to make movies than there are now (and there still aren’t anywhere near enough), would’ve turned 100 this year. This weekend, Baltimore low-key celebrates her work with screenings of three of the spare and scrappy thrillers she directed.

The Senator Theatre Will Reopen in October

Painting by Greg Otto.

October is going to be such a great month in Baltimore:  not only will we be able to once again visit the Poe Museum, we’ll also be able to catch a movie at the Senator Theatre for the first time since last spring.