A weekly film review podcast by members of the Towson University Department of Electronic Media and Film.

Marc May is an Assistant Professor in the Electronic Media and Film Department at Towson University who teaches storytelling and screenwriting.  Marc’s film industry career has primarily been as a screenwriter, selling and optioning to Hollywood studios. For ten consecutive years, he always had at least one project in active studio development. In indie films, he co-wrote Primo, which premiered at Grauman’s Chinese Theater in Los Angeles and story edited Medio Tiempo, which made its television debut on Showtime. Marc wrote two documentaries that premiered on PBS in honor of Black History Month and produced the Student Emmy Award-winning weekly magazine show UCLA: Next. He also served as a private consultant to a Vancouver, Canada-based internet firm that was consequently named by Newswire as one of the top 10 fastest growing websites based on U.S. traffic growth. His latest credit is Story Editor for Oscar-winning Producer Roger Corman on Stealing Las Vegas, starring Eric Roberts.

Dr. Kalima Young is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Electronic Media and Film at Towson University. Her research explores the impact of race and gender-based trauma on Black identity and Black cultural production.  When she makes her own films, they usually involve blood, aliens, psychics, or things that go bump in the night.

Michael Angelella is a long-time story and screenwriting Professor in the Department of Electronic Media and Film at Towson University. He is a produced screenwriter and documentary writer, as well as a former journalist and author. He reviews older film treasures for Silver Screen Radio.