Posts Tagged 'Post Typography'

Posters of the Maryland Film Festival, 1999-2012, in the Baltimore Sun, with Bruce Willen and Nolen Strals of Post Typography!

Before the lights go down and you settle in to watch your first film at the Maryland Film Festival, you’ve already seen them — the ubiquitous festival posters that pop up around Baltimore in the weeks leading up to the event. They’re “almost unavoidable,” says Bruce Willen of Post Typography, the Baltimore design studio that’s created the film festival posters the past two years. Willen, who heads Post Typography with longtime collaborator Nolen Strals, discussed the inspiration for this year’s poster, the design process and more in a Q&A with The Darkroom.

Click here for the complete article in the Baltimore Sun!

ALIEN Director’s Cut (GUNKY’S BASEMENT #3) presented by Dan Deacon and Jimmy Joe Roche

FREE FOR FRIENDS OF THE FESTIVAL! (Call 410.752.8083 for more info)

ALIEN Director’s Cut
Thursday, January 27, 9pm
The Charles Theatre

TICKETS ($5) available for advance purchase at:

Video Americain, Charles Village
3100 Saint Paul Street

Atomic Books

3620 Falls Road

Red Emma’s

800 St. Paul Street


The third film in GUNKY’S BASEMENT is Ridley Scott’s director’s cut of his horror/sci-fi classic ALIEN!

A 35mm print screens for just $5 Thursday, January 27th, 9pm at the Charles Theater. Don’t miss it!

Awesome silkscreened posters created by Nolen and Bruce of Post Typography for this screening coming soon!

Gunky’s Basement is an ongoing MD Film Festival series curated and hosted by Dan Deacon and Jimmy Joe Roche. All films screen from 35mm prints for $5 on select Thursdays on the largest screen at Baltimore’s historic Charles Theater, and have original silkscreened posters created by Baltimore artists. The previous titles so far have been John Carpenter’s THE THING and Alex Cox’s REPO MAN.

Join Friends of the Festival today to see ALIEN Director’s Cut, all future GUNKY’S BASEMENT screenings, and more FREE movies all year-round!