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Film and Moving Image News

Date: Oct 2017

Coming soon: our 2nd Annual 72-Hour Film Festival, presented by the National Broadcast Society-Film & Moving Image (NBS-FMI) Club. The production of the films runs from Friday, November 10, at 2pm, through Monday, November 13, at 1:59pm. The final screening will be Friday, November 17, at 7pm, in our soundstage. Email Club President Adam Vaughn (avaughn@stevenson.edu) for more details.

The amazing posters, above, were designed by Stevenson Art & Visual Communication Design student Daniel Bedwell. This year's festival is sponsored by Canon.

Last night, Fall 2017 artist-in-residence Theo Anthony presented his documentary Rat Film in our soundstage, followed by a vibrant Q&A. Mr. Anthony has spent the past two days with students, talking about his life and career, as per the photo, below.

Photos from the reception beforehand can be found here.

Next week, on Tuesday, October 17, at 7pm in the School of Design's soundstage, director Theo Anthony will screen his debut feature documentary Rat Film. Mr. Anthony will be on campus from Monday, October 16, through Wednesday, October 18, talking to our students about his career.

Students in the Film & Moving Image (FMI) first-year seminar created memory rocks, marked with inspirational movie quotes, for Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital as part of Stevenson's annual Mustangs Make a Difference Day, held last Friday, September 29. Pictured, above, are some of the students hard at work, and in the bottom right is FMI Chair Christopher Llewellyn Reed showing the rocks in their new home in one of the hospital's outdoor courtyards, where he delivered them earlier today. Click on the above photo to be taken to more like it.

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