Johns Hopkins' Shriver Hall features chamber music performed by international artists in a series of 8 concerts a year beginning in October and finishing in April.
The 14th annual student-run film festival returns with a special panel discussion, "Film Fest Forum: Baltimore, Film, and the Arts," in Gilman Hall's Marjorie M. Fisher Hall, room 50, featuring Matthew Porterfield, Jimmy Joe Roche, Pamela Phatsimo Sunstrom, Andrew Laumann, and Stephanie Barber. The festival's theme is "Intersecting Arts" and includes a young filmmakers showcase of student films, five 35 mm feature film screenings, and two programs of short films from across the country and around the world. Films include Beautiful Losers, Exit Through the Gift Shop, Turkey Bowl, Pierrot Le Fou, The Wizard of Oz, and Kill Bill: Vol. 1.
The 15th annual Johns Hopkins Film Fest runs March 31-April 3 at the Homewood campus, kicking off March 31 at Gilman Hall with the panel discussion "Film Fest Forum: Baltimore, Film, and the Arts," featuring filmmaker Matthew Porterfield, video artist Jimmy Joe Roche, and visual artists Pamela Phatsimo Sunstrom and Andrew Laumann. Admission is free to JHU students and affiliates with proper ID; $5 per screening general admission, with day passes running $10 and a festival pass $20. Visit hopkinsfilmfest.com for a complete schedule of shorts and the Young Filmmakers Showcase...
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