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Saturday, October 22, was Stevenson University's Homecoming Day. Check out the cool photos from our School of Design area. In addition to the collage, above, you can see more on our Flickr site.

The NBS/FMI Club prsents Stevenson's first 72-Hour Film Festival, which will start on Friday, Nov. 4, and end on Monday, Nov. 7 (running, for all intents and purposes, the three days of 11/4, 11/5 and 11/6). You must have teams of three people (though can have many more actors, etc.): a director, cinematographer and editor. This event is open to all members of the Stevenson Community, and is sponsored by DeWolfe Music (, a company which licenses music for use in films.

Come to the informational meeting at 2:15pm on 10/28 in Room 304 of the Brown School of Business.

1st prize: 3 $200 gift certificates for DeWolfe Music
2nd prize: 3 $50 Amazon gift cards
3rd prize: 3 $25 Amazon gift cards

The first-year Film & Moving Image (FMI) students took second place in this year's annual LEGO Challenge. Congratulations to all of them for the great imagination and effort they put into their sculpture. Everyone did a great job, and we give a special shout-out to Erin Orwig, who came up with the original design for the piece. Congratulations to the Department of Business Communication, as well (also in the School of Design), which took first place. If you want to see all of the photos we took at the event, visit our Flickr site.

Today, Canon rep Lisa Gualtieri visited Stevenson Film & Moving Image (FMI) Professor Christopher Ernst's FMI201 (Cinematography I) class to demo Canon's line of EOS C100 Mark II cameras, which we just purchased. Pictured, above, are Lisa, Chris Ernst and assorted students in the seminar. 

[above photos taken by Christopher Ernst]

The new year has gotten off to an exciting start! A group of us in the Department of Film & Moving Image (FMI) - including students from all 4 years in the program and 3 faculty members (Chris Ernst, Dina Fiasconaro, and Chris Reed) traveled to Washington, DC, on Saturday, September 17, to visit the Newseum, an exciting museum devoted to the history of journalism (print, broadcast, and now online), including documentary films (which we study and make in FMI). We had a great time, followed by several hours of self-directed sightseeing in our nation's capital. 

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