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(1983 TV short)
This pilot for the TV version of the critically acclaimed feature Diner (1982) focused on the complaints of the wives, Elyse and Beth, that their husbands were spending too much time hanging at the diner with their friends.
Opiated: Life Beneath the Eyelids
"Opiated: Life Beneath the Eyelids", is a hip-hop epic of tsunami proportions. With an original soundtrack from Denver's own...
(1941 documentary short)
A travelogue highlighting such Maryland destinations as Baltimore, Johns Hopkins, Annapolis, and Fort McHenry.
Sonny and Cornblatt
Two elderly men, a black man and a Jew, both widowers, try to bond with one another despite their very different backgrounds and customs.
|5||Baltimore (2003 short)||4.8/10||13|
(1975 documentary short)
MICHAEL LAWRENCE, long time community member, composer and filmmaker, documents in this film a group search for meaning in life through daily work, meditation, and group interaction.
The Great Baltimore Fire
(1904 documentary short)
This is an exceedingly lively subject, and one likely to appeal to audiences in all parts of the country...
Stranger Than Fiction 6371: Shampoo Springs
This 'Stranger Than Fiction" short visits a man who has piped mineral water to his home; a Texas banker who bakes as a hobby; a man in Shasta...
(2008 video short)
It is 1886 in South Dakota, and Harrius, a 70-year old wounded wanderer, seeks redemption. Through her...
Shut Down and Shut Up
(2008 documentary short)
A short subject documentary focusing on independent and illegal music and arts venues in Baltimore and the difficulties they face.
|11||Blood and Stone: A Legend of the Golem (2009 short)|
|12||Cinemad Mix Tape #1 (2009 video short)|
|13||Modern Day Saint (2010 short)|
|14||The Baltimore Plan (1953 documentary short)|
|15||Baltimore and the Oyster Industry (1921 documentary short)|
|16||The Unknown (Empty House of Night) (2012 short)|
|17||Monger (2013 short)|
|18||Falls (2012 short)|
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