Four legends convene in one motel room in Regina King’s powerful directorial debut.
The state of movie theaters was a bummer for those of us who like to do it in the dark, but this year still gave us some pretty remarkable films.
Tom Hanks Western is exactly the film we need right now.
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The local grassroots music festival takes place on Friday at the Ynot Lot.
As They Lay creates space for Black, queer artists.
The kids are alright—sort of—in this brilliant new documentary about a political retreat for teenage boys.
Music education is more important now than ever.
The new kits express founder's love of watercolors and Baltimore landmarks.
Local rapper discusses his latest album, which shines light on the Black queer male experience.
Artist and MICA professor talks inspiration and plans for the $25,000 prize.
WTMD continues to creatively restore live music amidst COVID-19.
You'll never look at an Airbnb the same way.
Accepted into The New Yorker's documentary series, the film delves into a taboo subject.
Highlandtown's hallowed venue moves programming outside and online.
Mayor Young’s cancellation means no Artscape, AFRAM, or other large gatherings.
Baynard Woods and Brandon Soderberg discuss 'I Got a Monster.'
Groundhog Day meets the rom-com, with winning results.
We celebrate a sampling of local artists who’ve been cut off from their clientele by COVID-19.
West Baltimore native teaches financial literacy in illustrated story, ‘David's Dollar.’
The average episode of Jon Stewart's The Daily Show had more substance and humor than his new film.
A Baltimore writer curates an evolving list of works written by women for her female followers.
The planned overhaul of the annual festival will be postponed until next year.
Spike Lee takes on Vietnam, in his inimitable way.
Pete Davidson plays a version of himself in this shaggy, endearing, if overlong, comedy.
From June 12-21, shorts and feature films can be accessed directly through the festival’s site.