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Stories that Matter: Preserving the Arabber Tradition

The final peek into world of Johns Hopkins Advanced Academic Programs' dynamic M.A. in Film and Media.

By Johns Hopkins University Advanced Academic Programs

Stories that Matter: Preserving the Arabber Tradition

The final peek into world of Johns Hopkins Advanced Academic Programs' dynamic M.A. in Film and Media.

By Johns Hopkins University Advanced Academic Programs

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The Johns Hopkins M.A. in Film and Media partnered with Baltimore magazine to make three short documentaries—each film is about an extraordinary Baltimorean, a hidden gem, someone living an exceptional life while also contributing in a meaningful way to the culture and community of Baltimore. The films were conceived, produced, directed, and edited by students in the M.A. program. These three distinctive films are a strong representation of the interests and kind of work being made as part of this program. The students focus on one or two key areas of concentration: Writing, Business of Film and Media, Sound, and Immersive Storytelling/Emerging Technology—all of which are organized around a guiding principle of making Stories That Matter.


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