"The Baltimore Food Ecology Documentary," Freedom Riders, and other screenings

The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health's

screens "The Baltimore Food Ecology Documentary," the product of a

led by MICA faculty member

, Feb. 3 at 4


in Sheldon Hall on the east Baltimore campus; it's showing with


Stanley Nelson's documentary

Freedom Riders

Feb. 3 at 7


in the Brown Center's Falvey Hall as part of the free film series organized in conjunction with the

Narcissism of Minor Differences

exhibition. Below is Andrea Appleton's review from when the film appeared in the 2010 Maryland Film Festival:

continues its streak of the gloriously awful tonight with


Z-movie auteur

1987 risible actioner

Deadly Prey

, about a Nam vet who gets to dust off his considerable survival skills when he's turned into human target practice for a band of renegade mercs (no: not kidding). Prior is genuinely making a bid to be the Roger Corman of his generation—his 1989

Future Force

starring David Carradine deserves seeking out, and with 1994's

Raw Justice

he zeroed in on the absurd bad-acting comic potential of putting Pamela Anderson in noir-y plots (see:

Barb Wire



)—and tonight's screening is introduced by Clint Kelly's presentation "David A. Prior: A Life in Pictures." Hit the Windup Space by 7


to share in the fun. Towson University starts up its spring 2011

Feb. 5 with


, Katsuhiro Ôtomo's 2004 steampunky story set in an alternative Victorian England. It starts at 7:30


in the