Baltimore ’68 Riots & Unrest

50 years ago today marks the beginning of the 1968 riots and unrest in Baltimore City. On April 4, 1968, Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated in Memphis, Tennessee. On April 6, riots broke out in Baltimore. By April 12, 1968, the city had several deaths, many more injured, and an estimate of $8-10 million … Continue reading Baltimore ’68 Riots & Unrest

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Mixtapes for the Masses

MARMIA and ...foundscapes... presents...Mixtapes for the Masses! Monday, March 21, 2016 // 6-10PM  // @ Blue Pit BBQ UPDATE: The event was a huge success and tons of fun! Check out photos of the event on Flickr. We received 24 mixtapes and are uploading scans of artwork and information on our Internet Archive page. If you would like to … Continue reading Mixtapes for the Masses

Film Recon Mission: Possible!

From merriam-webster.com: guer·ril·la noun \gə-ˈri-lə, ge-, g(y)i-\ : a member of a usually small group of soldiers who do not belong to a regular army and who fight in a war as an independent unit September 6, 2014 1400 hours - 1700 hours Location: Maryland Historical Society (MHS) 201 W. Monument St. Baltimore, Maryland 21201 At the … Continue reading Film Recon Mission: Possible!

Baltimore Film Fêtes

By Siobhan Hagan Tonight is the opening night of the Maryland Film Festival--a personal highlight of the year for me. It is especially sweet this year as I now live and work in Baltimore! Strangely enough, it seems that I had more time to blog about Maryland moving images when I lived in California. Now … Continue reading Baltimore Film Fêtes

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: Allen Moore

Making Chesapeake Airwaves

By Siobhan HaganMarMIA recently published a post about the local news collection held by the University of Baltimore's Langsdale Library Special Collections. In that post there is included a brief history of the local television stations in Baltimore. It is important to research the history of television in Baltimore in much greater depth: to understand … Continue reading Making Chesapeake Airwaves