Oct. 1-4


Made in Maryland Shorts 2

Fighting Opioids Today (27 minutes)

Maryland Public Television

In Maryland, approximately six people die from an opioid overdose every day. The state of Maryland is taking bold steps to address this crisis. Fighting Opioids Today tells the stories of those on the front lines of this opioid epidemic. Stories of hope, resilience, healing and recovery highlight the many resources available to individuals and their families suffering from addiction.

Q & A with the filmmaker Heidi Warner Hanson.

Maryland Crabs: Tradition & Taste (27 minutes)

Maryland Public Television

We celebrate Maryland’s crabbing industry with Marylanders who chase, catch, process, prepare and sell the Chesapeake Bay Blue Crab. The Blue Crab’s iconic culture and tradition have long been nurtured by a rich seafood economy in Maryland. But today, the industry is facing new challenges. We see first-hand how Maryland communities of all sorts are fighting to preserve the legacy, relevance and future of Maryland’s Blue Crab.

Q & A with the filmmaker Heidi Warner Hanson.


Mon Oct 7