Posts filed under ‘Screen Test’
Lotfy Nathan is chronicling the lives of Baltimore’s “Twelve O’Clock Boyz,” the renegade dirt bikers who inspire some Baltimoreans and terrify others. He takes the final Maryland Morning Screen Test.
The final Screen Test in our two year series features the work of Lotfy Nathan
Tom Hall interviews filmmaker Bryan “Grasshopper” Robinson about his documentary “Water Boy,” his animated films, and his thoughts about being a filmmaker in Baltimore.
At the Windup Space this evening, the Baltimore filmmaker Bryan “Grasshopper” Robinson talks about his new documentary focusing the people who sell water on the street, his music videos, and his animation projects.
April 25: The Maryland Morning Screen Test Presents Bryan “GRASSHOPPER” Robinson of Grasshopper Philms
The Baltimore filmmaker Bryan “Grasshopper” Robinson talks about his new documentary focusing the people who sell water on the street, his music videos, and his animated projects.
Attorney and film producer Sig Libowitz tells Tom Hall how he came to make a courtroom docudrama based on recently declassified transcripts from Guantanamo detainee tribunals, and how the military reacted when he screened it for the Pentagon.
Sig Libowitz had a distinguished career in film when he entered law school. That’s where he found a story that makes us reexamine the frontiers of American jurisprudence. On March 28, Tom Hall interviews Libowitz in front of a live audience at The Windup Space about “The Response,” his film about a “combatant status review tribunal” at Guantanamo Bay.