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Stevenson's Department of Film & Moving Image will present its annual showcase of senior capstone films on Thursday, May 10, at 7pm in the Inscape Theatre on our Greenspring Campus, with a 6pm reception beforehand. The event is free and open to all. 

The first annual FMIs – an adaptation of our previous FMI/MAP-sponsored Stevenson Film Festival – took place in the Rockland Banquet Room on the evening of Saturday, April 21, 2018. Over 20 student films screened, with awards – including Best Picture, best Director, Best Actor and Best Actress – announced at the end of the event. The awards jury consisted of outside professionals, recruited by the NBS-FMI club, which organized the event. Well-attended and beautifully orchestrated, the ceremony was a grand testimony to the skills and efforts of our Stevenson FMI students.

The evening's winners were as follows:

  • Best Picture: Beneath the Rain
  • Best Actress: Keeley Nichols
  • Best Actor: Rodney Mitchell
  • Best Director: Kevin Pullias
  • Best Editor: Dylan Borcherding
  • Best Cinematography: Brad Kinckner
  • Best Narrative: Zoe Maliszewskyj

[Pictured above, left to right: FMI winners Kevin Pullias, Dylan Borcherding, Rodney Mitchell, Brad Kinckner, Zoe Maliszewskyj. Photo by FMI sophomore Mark Perry]

The first annual FMIs Film Festival will take place this weekend, on Saturday, April 21, at 6pm in the Rockland Banquet Hall on the Owings Mills Campus. Sponsored by the NBS-FMI Club, the event will feature over 20 student films, with awards given out at the end of the night, chosen by a panel of outside judges. Come one, come all!

On April 4, WIFV (Women in Film and Video) board member Kimberly Skyrme visited Dina Fiasconaro's FMI 302: Narrative Production class. They discussed the benefits and opportunities provided by a  student membership to the organization, and Ms. Skyrme also answered questions related to her expertise in casting and other aspects of filmmaking.

The students in Chris Ernst's FMI202 Cinematography: Color class have begun shooting scenes on an original music video for the song "The First Ray" by Ernst's instrumental group BELLS​≥ . The script for the music video was conceived, written and developed entirely by the class and they will work in smaller production crews to shoot and edit the video. Pictured here shooting a scene using an ARRI Super 16mm film camera are Zoe Maliszewskyj, Mariam Salahvarzi, Erin Orwig, Gloria Hernandez, Jenna Miller, Kyle Whitehead, Chris Ernst and Laura Bowen in front of the camera.