On Wednesday at 5:30PM EST, the Film Center at JHU-MICA will present Born in Baltimore on Facebook. It’s free to attend, and looks like a lot of great photography and film.
From the Born in Baltimore website:
Born in Baltimore celebrates new voices in cinema and photographic arts.
Filmmakers and photographers of all ages whose work is of, from, and about Baltimore are invited to submit. The Festival seeks images, sounds, and textures that are uniquely Baltimore; the music, the faces, the stories of our city and its citizens, past and present, young and old, native and newly arrived.
For 2021’s virtual festival, Born in Baltimore welcomes submissions from across the globe, reflecting on Baltimore subject matter and themes, and on shared current challenges: stories and images of city life and city neighborhoods; and images that explore distance, proximity, community, loss, resilience, and innovation.
Born in Baltimore is a production of Baltimore Youth Film Arts,https://www.borninbaltimore.org/
an affiliate program of the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences at
Johns Hopkins University. It is made possible by the financial support of Johns Hopkins and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
The Benefits of Radiation received both the Audience Favorite and Judges Awards! Wow!