UPCOMING EVENTS
May 06, 2015

The 16th annual Maryland Film Festival will take place May 6-10, 2015!

Save the Date for MFF 2015!
RECENT EVENTS
Dec 15, 2014

Sumit your film to MFF 2015! For more information, visit mdfilmfest.com/submissions.

Deadline to Submit Your Film to MFF is 12/15/14!
Oct 17, 2014

Sweaty Eyeballs Animation Invitational returns to Baltimore!  7:30pm at MICA's Falvey Hall.  Free for Friends of the Festival!

Sweaty Eyeballs Animation Invitational Returns!
Sep 25, 2014

HELLION screening with Kat Candler at Stevenson University's Soundstage.  7pm reception, 8pm screening. Free but space is limited.

Screening MFF 2014's HELLION with Kat Candler
FILM GUIDE

Click here to download the complete MFF 2014 Program Book
Click on the day to download Schedule Grids for: Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday

FREE OUTDOOR SCREENINGS IN THE MFF TENT VILLAGE
FREE OUTDOOR SCREENINGS IN THE MFF TENT VILLAGE

Friday May 9th at 9pm • Double Feature

BREWMORE | BALTIMORE • USA • 2014 • 65 minutes • Directed by Nicholas Kovacic II

Brewmore | Baltimore is the story of one of the largest industries in the United States: beer. At nearly $100 billion in annual sales, the U.S. beer market is ever growing. This film focuses on the beer industry from a localized perspective in the city of Baltimore, Maryland. Like many urban centers across the country, Baltimore is seeing revitalization in its downtown and expanding city limits as well as a reemergence of its beer industry. Authors Maureen O’Prey (Brewing in Baltimore) and Rob Kasper (Baltimore Beer) chronicle the rich, storied history of beer in Charm City along with an eclectic cast of local brewers and entrepreneurs. Brewmore | Baltimore is not just about beer making in one city, but about an economy that shaped American culture. 

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WELCOME TO DEATHFEST • USA • 2014 • 48 minutes • Directed by Tom Grahsler & Alicia Lozano

Each year, metalheads and mutants descend on downtown Baltimore like a brood of cicadas. They make the pilgrimage from across the region, country and world. They come to see bands like Bolt Thrower, Electric Wizard, and Neurosis, waiting all year for the four days that make up Maryland Deathfest, and then they rage. 

While other fests lean on corporate sponsors and beer banners to pay for everything, Ryan Taylor and Evan Harting have dedicated their lives to doing it on their own. They book the bands, they book the hotels, they book the vendors and they book the venue. This is a peek at what goes on behind the scenes of the country’s premier extreme music festival.

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Saturday May 10th at 9pm

POSITIVE FORCE: MORE THAN A WITNESS • USA • 2014 • 85 minutes • Directed by Robin Bell

This exciting documentary skillfully mixes rare archival footage (including electrifying live performances from Fugazi, Bikini Kill, One Last Wish, Nation of Ulysses, Crispus Attucks, Anti-Flag, and more) with new interviews with key Positive Force activists like co-founder Mark Andersen (co-author of Dance of Days) and supporters such as Ian MacKaye, Ted Leo, and Riot Grrrl co-founder Allison Wolfe. Covering a span of 30 years, More Than A Witness documents Positive Force’s Reagan-era origins, the creation of its communal house, FBI harassment, and the rise of a vibrant underground that burst into the mainstream amidst controversy over both the means and the ends of the movement.

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The Tent Village is located at 131 W. North Ave. in the lot between Joe Squared and the MICA Lazarus Studio Center.

Filmmakers will be in attendance at each screening!