Filed under historical documentaries

Movie Maker Profile: Allen Moore

From a phone interview with filmmaker Allen Moore, full-time adjunct faculty member in the Film and Video Department at the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) and Cinematographer for Ken Burns. Interview conducted and post written by Siobhan Hagan. Allen Moore grew up in Baltimore and went to Gilman School, where he developed an interest … Continue reading

Movie Maker Profile: Jeff Krulik

By Jeff Krulik, director of independent documentary films and former Discovery Channel producer. Edited by Siobhan Hagan. [I grew up in Bowie, MD] and graduated Bowie High School 1979. Moved there after spending the first two years of my life in Langley Park, MD. My Mom was from Baltimore, my Dad from NYC. He was … Continue reading

MarMIA hearts MFF (and TAMI too!)

MarMIA hearts MFF (and TAMI too!)

By Siobhan Hagan It has been exactly two weeks since the last day of the Maryland Film Festival. I have needed this time to recover from travel/time zone differences, working as a tech checker for the festival, and trying to show my boyfriend the amazingness of Baltimore. We got little sleep and drank lots of … Continue reading

Movie Maker Profile: Jacquie Greff

Fells Point-based movie maker Jacquie Greff in her own words (edited by Siobhan Hagan). Episode “The Privy Diggers” of “History at Risk”. I’m originally from Iowa and my husband is from Illinois. ¬†We moved here in 1993 from Cincinnati where I was working for Procter & Gamble and was transferred to their Hunt Valley research … Continue reading