Baltimore, Maryland
The Baltimore, Maryland Film Connection Film School

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Your Baltimore Film School Alternative

In this economy you need a career, not just a diploma. At Baltimore Film Connection, we equip you with actual working experience. You’ll also get those elusive industry contacts that Hollywood insiders salivate over. Choose our 6-month behind the scenes program and link up with working professionals in your area that will mentor you in their studios or production houses. At the completion of this track, you will have mastered your specific area of concentration and have the experience that traditional film school grads don’t have. Program two is our comprehensive 8-month director track. Here you’ll collaborate with local mentors and dream mentors in Los Angeles. During the final week of the program, get ready to be flown out to L.A. so you can pitch your idea before an industry executive. No other program in the world offers this level of industry exposure!

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BALTIMORE, MARYLAND is the 24th largest DMA in the U.S. Home to both the Baltimore Orioles of MLB and the Baltimore Ravens of the NFL, the city is entering the final stages of an ongoing downtown renewal effort of which the Orioles’ Camden Park was pivotal. Francis Scott Key wrote the Star Spangled Banner about the American flag waving over Baltimore’s Ft. McHenry. F. Scott Fitzgerald made his home here for a while, and Tender is the Night was published during his stay.

Babe Ruth, John Waters, Billie Holiday, Thurgood Marshall, Wallace Simpson the Duchess of Windsor, Johnny Unitas, Stacey Keibler, Parker Posey, Montel Williams and David Hasselhoff are some of the celebrities who were born in Baltimore. Edgar Alan Poe died there. Baltimore was the starting point of the first railroad line in the U.S.

Independent film director John Waters, a Baltimore native, shot many of his early films in the Baltimore area. The TV series Homicide, The Corner and The Wire are all Baltimore based. Recently, Ladder 49 with John Travolta and John Cameron’s Ghost of the Abyss were shot in Baltimore. Altogether IMDB lists more than 275 feature films, TV series or specials shot in Baltimore.

Obviously, there are plenty of opportunities for careers in both film, TV and radio in the Baltimore area. The FILM CONNECTION, with its unique mentor/apprentice method of teaching students the necessary skills in a hands-on, real-world job environment, enables our students to learn while doing. FILM CONNECTION students gain valuable experience and industry connections in the process and when it comes to a career in the media and arts, this is the edge you need to get ahead.

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The Film Connection is where it all starts. We help make your dreams happen.
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