Left to Right: Tom Hall, Jodi Wille, Explosion the Aquarian and Jed Dietz.
Last night the Maryland Film Festival/WYPR Spotlight Series returned with THE SOURCE FAMILY (MFF 2012), with special guests co-director Jodi Wille and Source Family member Explosion the Aquarian. The event took place at the MICA Brown Center’s Falvey Hall.
The MFF/WYPR Spotlight Series showcases the best of independent film and unites filmmakers with audiences. Each Spotlight Series film features a conversation between WYPR 88.1FM’s Tom Hall and the filmmaker, followed by a Q & A with the audience. Past titles in the series include BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD, THE HOUSE I LIVE IN, THE INTERRUPTERS and THE CENTRAL PARK FIVE.
Click here for an archive of past Spotlight Series interviews.
We will be announcing our next MFF/WYPR Spotlight Series title shortly; stay tuned for details!
Published October 14, 2009
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MFF 2007 Alum FROWNLAND has finally been released on DVD!
Tuesday, Sep. 29, 2009 marked the official DVD launch of NOT YOUR TYPICAL BIGFOOT MOVIE by Oscilloscope Pictures. To purchase the film, visit www.oscilloscope.net/bigfoot. You can also find it elsewhere including Amazon, Best Buy, Borders, and Barnes & Noble. (You can also add it to your Netflix queue and watch for it at rental outlets like Hollywood Video.) Visit the Facebook page dedicated to the film and become a fan!
This year’s Philadelphia Film Festival features some MFF 2009 Alums!
Check out Ann Hornaday’s feature on THE BAND THAT WOULDN’T DIE in The Washington Post!
Tune into the Dan Rodricks tomorrow from 1-2pm on 88.1 WYPR for a feature on THE BAND THAT WOULDN’T DIE, featuring interviews with Barry Levinson, and Marching Ravens director John Ziemann.
If you missed our event at M & T Bank Stadium, you can still catch the film by tuning into ESPN:
Thursday Oct 15 9pm ESPN 2
Thursday Oct 15 11pm ESPN Classic
Monday Oct 19 7pm ESPN 2
Wednesday Oct 21 8pm ESPN 2
Also, check out this fan video created at the event!