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Film and Moving Image News

Lisa Gualtieri of Canon came to visit Stevenson's Film & Moving Image Department on Wednesday, September 30, with an EOS C100 cinema camera in tow, plus some great glass (lenses) for cameras we already own. It was a wonderful demo, and we thank Lisa and Canon for their generous donation of time and expertise. For more photos, check out our Flickr site.

FMI students start off their Stevenson experience with hands-on production right away, in FMI101 ("Cinema I: Storytelling"), shooting on GoPros, Canon t5i DSLRs, and Sony HXR-NX3s. By the time they get to the third year, in classes like FMI305 ("Production Design"), they are already working with professional equipment, like a Sony PXW-FS7. For more photos, check out our Flickr site.

The FMI Department at Stevenson presents its annual Online Film Festival, which will run from Monday, November 2, at 9am, through Friday, November 6, at 5pm.

All current Stevenson students are eligible to submit films, and all current Stevenson students will be eligible to vote (once) on which film should win....Click here to read more.

Last night, two members of the Class of 2015, Jake Herman and Anthony Manning, screened their Senior Projects, Scrapes and Muted, at the 3rd Annual "Best of Baltimore" Student Film Festival, held at the Creative Alliance at The Patterson. A good time was had by all!

Adjunct Professor Exsul Van Helden, pictured on stage, above, screened his latest movie, New Roots, last Thursday, September 10, to an enthusiastic response. For more photos, please visit Stevenson's Flickr site.

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