The Maryland Film Festival is this week, from Wednesday, May 6, to Sunday, May 10. The Department of Film/Video is a sponsor of the festival this year, and, in particular, of some specific events at the Festival. Come one, come all!

Friday, May 8:
4-5pm, Tent Village, on North Avenue next to the MICA Lazarus Center, is the first of 3 Stevenson-sponsored sessions. It's a documentary panel that Chris Reed, Chair of Film/Video, will moderate with local filmmaker Ramona Diaz (The LearningDon’t Stop Believin’), and three folks associated with films at this year's festival: Sandra Bagaria (subject of Gay Girl in Damascus: The Amina Profile), Michael Beach Nichols (co-director of Welcome to Leith) and Luke Meyer (director of Breaking a Monster).
 
Saturday, May 9:
11am-12pm, Tent Village, on North Avenue next to the MICA Lazarus Center, is the first "Stevenson Student Talk-Back Session," with filmmaker Kris Swanberg, whose movie Unexpected is playing that evening.
 
Sunday, May 10:
11am-12pm, Tent Village, on North Avenue next to the MICA Lazarus Center, is the second "Stevenson Student Talk-Back Session," with Khalik Allah, whose documentary Field Niggas is playing later that day.