Maryland Film Festival Highlighted in Filmmaker Magazine!

Pictured above are, from left to right, Maryland Film Festival director Jed Dietz; director (Sun Don’t Shine) Amy Seimetz; director of photography Nandan Rao (The International Sign for Choking); and director Joe Swanberg (V/H/S)

 

Check out Scott Macaulay‘s coverage of the 2012 Maryland Film Festival in Filmmaker magazine!

“The Maryland Film Festival, which wrapped its 2012 edition on Sunday, is one of the East Coast’s most intimate and engaging film events. With 40 features, over 70 shorts and an amazingly healthy contingent of loyal filmmakers annually making the trip to Baltimore, Maryland functions as both a discovery festival and friendly pit stop for directors on the independent circuit. John Waters hosts a movie — this year Barbara Loden’s seminal and still influential Wanda — and takes the audience out partying afterwards; the Opening Night consists of shorts, not some star-bloated, sub-standard mini-major feature; and, for the second year in a row, replacing a day of panels is “Filmmakers Take Charge,” a private event gathering filmmakers, industry and press for a discussion of the state of our business. Among the attendees I got a chance to talk with in Baltimore last week were the Zellner brothers, Sophia Takal and Lawrence Levine, Shane Carruth, David Lowery, Matt Porterfield, Kate Lyn Sheil, Visit Films’ Ryan Kampe, the New Yorker‘s Richard Brody, Indiewire‘s Ann Thompson, and the Washington Post‘s Ann Hornaday.

Click here for Scott Macaulay’s full article in Filmmaker magazine!

2 Responses to “Maryland Film Festival Highlighted in Filmmaker Magazine!”


  1. 1 evatortora May 27, 2012 at 8:44 am

    VERY NICE! CONGRATS! SOUNDS EXCITING! KEEP ON KEEPIN ON EVA TORTORA

  2. 2 evatortora May 27, 2012 at 8:45 am

    GREAT! CONGRATS! KEEP GOING! EVA TORTORA


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