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Dundalk Showcased at Maryland Film Festival

Dundalk, Maryland hit the silver screen as the opening and closing feature films of the Maryland Film Festival were both set and filmed in the Baltimore suburb.

Local writer/director Matt Porterfield’s Sollers Point, and House of Cards star Michael Kelly’s All Square screened to sell-out crowds. Both films are set in Dundalk and highlighted various locations in and around the area.

This year, the MFF celebrated its 20th anniversary, and although final numbers are not yet available, individual ticket sales were up 12 percent and festival organizers estimate that more than 20,000 attended the festival. Sollers Point begins its theatrical run at the Parkway on Friday, May 11. Go to for ticket information.