Filmmakers from across the country are making their way to the eastern shore to celebrate their love for the art of filmmaking The Ocean city film festival is not only impacting the lives of local aspiring film directors-- but it's also giving back to it's community.
Posted: Mar 10, 2018 3:35 PM Saturday, March 10, 2018 3:35 PM EST Updated: Saturday, March 10, 2018 3:35 PM EST OCEAN CITY, Md--Saturday was day two of Ocean City's very own film festival.
(March 9, 2018) A number of local filmmakers are showcasing their work during the Ocean City Film Festival this weekend, March 9-11, along with nearly 100 films in categories such animation, documentaries and music videos. In addition, youth, horror, comedy, dramatic pieces, social commentary and shorts will also be featured in three locations throughout the resort.
CLOSE Ocean City's second annual film festival will bring a wide variety of interesting flicks to the resort from March 9 - 11. The festival showcases the works of regional and international filmmakers, and takes place in venues at the Clarion Resort, Princess Royale and the Fox Gold Coast Theater.
OCEAN CITY, Md. - The second annual film festival has come to a close after screening about 100 films from cinematographers across the world. Ted Wilkes and Michael Peek from London, England made the journey across the Atlantic to show what they had produced after two years of hard work, and to walk away with more knowledge and connections.
It's all happening again: the second annual Ocean City Film Festival will be taking place this March (the 9th - 11th, to be exact) at venues in North Ocean City including the Ocean City Center for the Arts, the Fox Gold Coast Theatre, the Clarion Resort and the Princess Royale.