Monthly Archives: May 2012

Artist Preview: Glenford Nunez’s “The Coiffure Project”

Glenford Nunez is a portrait and fashion photographer based in Baltimore. Nunez will be showing his latest work in September and is releasing a book of his latest photo series: The Coiffure Project.  “The Coiffure Project started out as simple … Continue reading

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BMORECULTURED Wrap Up: MFF (Day 4)

Blatantly opinion: The Maryland Film Festival is the best weekend to live in Baltimore. I had a really great time, most days were 10+ hours and I managed to see a lot of great films. Sunday, I woke up kind of … Continue reading

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BMORECULTURED Wrap Up: MFF (Day 3)

I started the day off with the Dramatic Shorts. Between these shorts and the opening night shorts I realized that I have developed an interest in short filmmaking! (Again, you care!) It’s amazing what you can say and show in … Continue reading

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Wrap Up: MFF (Day 2)

On Friday, I arrived at the festival in time to catch the documentary “The Source,” by Jodi Wille and Maria Demopoulos. The film documented the Aquarian “family” from California who were led by Father Yod.  One of the members of the … Continue reading

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Wrap Up: The Maryland Film Festival (Day 1)

This past weekend the Maryland Film Festival kicked off on Thursday, May 3. Opening night consisted of an introduction to the festival by director, Jed Dietz, the opening night shorts and an outdoor reception at MICA. “Fishing Without Nets” was a striking … Continue reading

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BMORECULTURED: Q&A with MFF selection “Sun Don’t Shine” director, Amy Seimetz

“Sun Don’t Shine” is a a film set in Florida about a couple who are doing “very bad things.” The film was directed by Amy Seimetz, here is my interview with her.  1) In the past couple of years you’ve … Continue reading

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BMORECULTURED: Q&A with Zach Weintraub, director of “The International Sign for Choking”

“The International Sign for Choking” by Zach Weintraub is one of the many films playing this year’s Maryland Film Festival. The film is about a young North American documentary filmmaker having little luck getting a project started in Buenos Aires. … Continue reading

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