Join HCC-TV from June 22nd at 1pm through July 7th for our 15th Annual HCC-TV Film Festival!
Howard Community College TV is a non-profit local educational access channel and in order to watch the HCC-TV festival, you must reside in Howard and Anne Arundel county and be a cable subscriber. Our programming airs on channels 96 (Comcast) and 41 (Verizon).
Submissions must be received by May 18th for airing in the HCC-TV Film Festival, which begins on Monday June 22nd at 1pm!
Take a look at some of last years' films...
Two buddies hang out after a basket-ball game and have a life changing conversation. Visit us on facebook!
Rise and Fall... of Love
As Annabelle, lead singer for the band Talegunner and aspiring actress, becomes more and more infatuated with her new boyfriend… jealousy, sleaze and interplanetary chaos ensues.
Showcase of the Stars
Fred Mulligan's Showcase of the Stars is where all the brightest stars appear. Singers, Acrobats, Magicians and other talented entertainers desire to be given the opportunity to demonstrate their abilities to his worldwide audience. Once you have been on Fred Mulligan's Showcase of the Stars, you are a showbusiness success!
Washington, D.C. is the home to some of the most ambitious, young professionals, and also the most ridiculous displays of political flim-flammery. Cap South is a show about both.
Christopher Llewellyn Reed
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The Smith College Book Sale was started in 1959 by the Smith College Club of Baltimore to raise money for young women who could not otherwise afford to attend Smith. This is the story of the women of the sale who work to help other women succeed.
On a weekend retreat to Mirror Lake, a young couple must come to terms with the repressed feelings straining their relationship. The getaway is meant to recharge their batteries and relieve stress. But secret agendas, hidden resentments, and supernatural forces threaten to combine for catastrophic results.
Lost in Woonsocket
Lost In Woonsocket is a documentary feature film directed by John Chester. It stars Chester and Andre Miller, co-creators of the A&E Network documentary series Random 1, from which the film draws much of its content.
Samy Burch and Alex Mechanik
All You Can Eat
At one point Randy Stormberg, host of Food Channel's All You Can Eat, wanted to be a comedian. Now it's 9:30 in the morning and he's already eaten a bucket of shrimp.
Just your average demented family dinner.
The Rock Collection
Portrait of a rock collector, recounting the pleasures and pain.The Interview: A Spongebob Squarepants Inspired Short
The Maryland Student Film Festival at Howard Community College
This year, HCC-TV is joining the Howard County Public Schools, the Columbia Festival of the Arts, and the Film Department at HCC to bring you our first-ever juried MD Student Film Festival!
Participants in the MD Student Film Festival (June 20th in Monteabaro Hall at HCC from 3-7pm) have the option to add their independent film to our programming line-up on HCC-TV and share an audience of over 500,000 cable subscribers in the Baltmore/Washington region on air on channels 96 (Comcast) and 41 (Verizon).
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