What could be better than curling up on the couch with a bowl of popcorn for a relaxing family movie night? From May 19 to 27, the Maryland Film Festival (MdFF) will be premiering a range of national and international films, including stories made by and about Baltimore.
This year, the festival, which is going virtual, is launching the Family Pathway program, which helps parents easily navigate through the different family-friendly feature films. These films include the documentary “Lily Topples the World” by Jeremy Workman, the coming-of-age film “Beans” by Tracey Deer, a local Baltimore documentary called “Mom & M” by Jena Burchick and the teen-oriented short film program “Teen Dreams.”
With stories about creativity, diversity, family and self-acceptance, film buffs of every age will find something to enjoy.
Films are available for preorder for $15. Festival passes are on sale now and include all-access ($450), member ($395) and exposure ($100). All passes and tickets can be purchased on MdFF’s website.