A very John Waters take on why 'Shape of Water' might have been set in Baltimore
John Waters says thanks for his shout-our from Oscar-winner Guillermo del Toro
Barry Levinson grateful for Baltimore shout-out with 'Shape of Water'
Director Barry Levinson says he's grateful that Guillermo del Toro set "The Shape of Water' in Baltimore out of respect for his movies
Here's why 'The Shape of Water' was set in Baltimore (and yes, they 'screwed up with the accents')
In his Oscars winner, Guillermo del Toro was paying tribute to the films of Barry Levinson. And yes, he knows that "we screwed up with the accents."
Here are all the Baltimore connections to look for at the Oscars this year
From the setting of "The Shape of Water" to local nominees for best animated short, here are all of the Baltimore ties — some more tenuous than others — at this year's Academy Awards.
Your guide to the films of Oscar season
Want to make sure you see all of this year's Oscar contenders as soon as they're released? We've got you covered.
FLICC's Foreign Film Festival kicks off Friday
Taking a look at 2015 in pop culture
'Akira,' the beyond-reproach Japanese anime, plays at the Charles Theatre tonight
François Ozon's Ricky at the Charles Theatre March 16
Film Review: Pacific Rim
Black Friday gift roundtable
Good Bad Taste: 'Pacific Rim' and the Importance of Optimism
"Oh, no. Everything else is sold out."
Mama, Luv, Broken City, The Last Stand, and Polyester
Emma Watson in 'Beauty and the Beast': a BFF to Three Amigos?
Idris Elba bounces into big time with parts for Guillermo del Toro, Ridley Scott
Which Frankenstein will conquer the world?
The Biutiful director talks about love, transformation and the difficulties his movies have faced
Breathless, Contact, Jackass 3D, Pan's Labrynth, Red, Ultimatum, Up in the Air
Davis Guggenheim vs. Stephen Colbert
Stephen Colbert gushes for Guillermo del Toro
FAQs: Special effects (and The Hobbit)
Guest post: Michael Sragow, author of Victor Fleming
Hellboy II: The Golden Army
the best of the rest
Ingmar Bergman films had a gentle way with tales of passion
Reality and fairy tale
Director shows independent backbone
Intriguing Mexican vampire meets the Mona Lisa at the Charles