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9 Stevenson Film/Video students attended the annual SXSW Festival in Austin, TX, as part of their Special Topic course, "Emerging Trends in Digital Media and Film." Pictured, above, from left to right, are Ben Block, Tariq Clark, Chelsea Clough, Anthony Manning, Malachi Broadus (kneeling in front), Theo Booker, Ryan Russell (peeking out from behind Theo), Ben Rossen and Travis Francis. A great time was had by all - we were there March 14-21 - and much was learned. Here's looking ahead to SXSW 2016. Who's with me?

For more photos of the group and of the events I attended at the festival, check out my SXSW album on Flickr. And if you want to see what I thought of the films I watched, you can check out one of my seven posts from SXSW, as listed below:

Stevenson Film and Moving Image students enrolled in FMI204 - "Broadcast Production" - visited WBAL-TV today with their instructor, Stevenson alumnus Evan Dahne, owner and operator of Northside Productions. It was a great opportunity for them to see how the work they're doing in class translates to real-world experience.

Thanks to Stevenson AVCD student Tré Seals, we have a new logo. We already have buttons to hand out, and will soon have t-shirts. Stay tuned!

We also have some new work up on our Vimeo site.

Check out the 5 new promotional videos from the VID321 "Sponsored Video" class, and 6 new beginning videos from the FMI101 "Cinema I: Storytelling" class. Enjoy!

The Killing showrunner Veena Sud Skyped with students in the Department of Film/Video today. In attendance were students from FMI211 - "Basic Screenwriting"- and FIVTH312 - "Directing for Stage and Screen." Ms. Sud discussed her career in film and television, and the art, craft and industry politics of creating a successful drama series. 

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