Scene & Heard After Work: Maryland Film Festival

Clay Liford, cinematographer of "Gayby" - shown at this year's <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="EVFES0000130" title="Maryland Film Festival" href="/topic/entertainment/movies/film-festivals/maryland-film-festival-EVFES0000130.topic">Maryland Film Festival</a> - talks with Claudette Godfrey, South By Southwest shorts programmer, and Eric Steele, Dallas-based filmmaker. Steele's movie, "Cork's Cattlebaron," had been one of the films just shown at that evening's Opening Night Shorts program. "It was surreal because <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB004183" title="John Waters" href="/topic/entertainment/movies/john-waters-PECLB004183.topic">John Waters</a> was sitting next to me while my film was playing," he said.

( Photo by Sloane Brown, Special to The Baltimore Sun / May 7, 2012 )

Clay Liford, cinematographer of "Gayby" - shown at this year's Maryland Film Festival - talks with Claudette Godfrey, South By Southwest shorts programmer, and Eric Steele, Dallas-based filmmaker. Steele's movie, "Cork's Cattlebaron," had been one of the films just shown at that evening's Opening Night Shorts program. "It was surreal because John Waters was sitting next to me while my film was playing," he said.

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