Carroll County native Brian Levin returning to roots to make art house film
Gamber native Brian Levin plans to make his next film in Union Bridge. It will be an art house movie, meaning it is something you would see at Sundance or the Charles Theater, smaller artistic venues.
City Paper writers recommend a few kid movie favorites
With its clever, nourishing depiction of childhood body positivity, 1995's "Heavyweights" was two decades ahead of its ti
'Norman Lear: Just Another Version of You': Nearing 100, the TV producer is sincere and ready to reflect
Norman Lear singlehandedly changed the scope of television by making funny, penetrating comedies that seemed to be painfully aware of the world beyond the idiot box.
Hollywood Anonymous: Portrayals of recovery on 'Love', 'Flaked'
Over on Netflix, two new shows feature characters that regularly attend recovery meetings: 'Love, starring Gillian Jacobs, and 'Flaked.'
Baltimore native Tracie Thoms stars in BET's time-traveling Web series 'Send Me'
Journeying back to the days of slavery is generally not high on the list of time traveling destinations, but that is exactly where characters of the new BET Web series, 'Send Me,' starring Baltimore native and actress Tracie Thoms, plan to go.
Multiplexity: A guide to summer 2015's best blockbusters
Escape the heat of the summer months by retreating into an air-conditioned theater with these summer movies.
Fans boycott Bill Cosby's Baltimore performance after sexual assault allegations resurface
The Modell Center at the Lyric is barely half sold, and demonstrators plan to protest comic's appearance
Film with Baltimore producer picked up at Sundance
"Misery Loves Comedy," a documentary whose producers include Baltimore's Becky Newhall, was screened last week at the Sundance Film Festival and was purchased for distribution by Tribeca Film.
With 'Top Five', Chris Rock makes a comedy clever and dark enough to compete with his brilliant stand-up
Taking a look at 2015 in pop culture
"Diner" and "Cry-Baby"
What's good today?: Mike Birbiglia, Ellery Eskekin, and Wendel Patrick
John Irving's review of Gunther Grass' Peeling the Onion
Let's not let the ravings of mass killers dictate our laws
The latest mass murder in California is leading to more jumping to preposterous conclusions about who's to blame.
Mike Birbiglia definitely didn't get into comedy for the money
'Modern Family' director talks smart about movie comedy
Sam's Choices: Best in stoner comedies
Sam's Choices: Thinking about television shows
Edward Norton reportedly about to become a dad
According to US Weekly, actor Ed Norton's fiancee is pregnant.
The Guilt Trip, Les Miserables, Django Unchained, This is 40
Film review: Funny, profane 'Goon' lights the lamp
Looking back at 'Diner,' 30 years later
Barry Levinson's film about a bunch of guys hanging out in 1959 Baltimore may be 30, but its star-studded cast and long-lasting influence are timeless.
A few of Jason Winer's favorite filmmakers
For 'Arthur," first-time film director Jason Winer went to school on Woody Allen and Sydney Pollack
On podcasting as career tool and place to be a jerk
Lena Dunham loves Woody Allen and Nora Ephron and Judd Apatow
Sofia Coppola follows her male lead to nowhere
2011 looking forward: An overview of new films
Youthful blunders gave Mottola material for 'Adventureland'
As ER ends, a few words on basketball and bromance
A likable farce
A mash of camp, film school does a number on Oscars
Not a big deal?
Six-parter on MPT looks at the business of making people laugh
Stairway to Heaven; Age of Consent
PEOPLE AND ENTERTAINMENT
'Role' loses energy halfway through
Don't bother with 'Zohan'
FUNNY IN THE SUN
Letting it all out
Why is 'Walk Hard' a dud at box office?
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