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Once again, Stevenson FMI students, under the supervision of Professor Christopher Ernst, have produced a "Don’t Talk During the Movie” PSA for Baltimore's historic Senator Theatre, shooting in 4K and delivering a DCP for projection before all movies. We now have three in rotation, the first from 2015, the second from 2016, and now this. Go team! Want to watch it? Just click on the image, above, to be taken to our Vimeo site, or … you can go see it at the Senator …

Here are the credits:

CREW:

  • Producers - Evan Bowen, Ariel Loewenthal
  • Director - Max Iacovelli
  • Assistant Director - Josh Herrera
  • Cinematographer - Max Collins
  • 1st Assistant Camera - Lauren Scott
  • 2nd Assistant Camera - Mary Irina Bartholomew
  • Gaffer / Lighting - Jonathan Kuchinskas, Roderick Jones
  • Grips - Adam Michalak, Jessie Dubyoski
  • Sound Designer - Adrienne Civetti
  • Costume & Props Master - Ryan Scott
  • Scenic / Set Dresser Destani Gross, Brad Kinckner
  • Hair and Makeup - Caitlyn McElroy
  • Editor - Doug Rose
  • Music Supervisor - Adam Vaughn

CAST:

  • Talking Man - Christopher Llewellyn Reed
  • Bad Dog - Lizzy
  • Annoyed Man - Brad Kinckner
  • Annoyed Woman - Destani Gross
  • Voice of Usher - Doug Rose

This evening, at Stevenson's Fall 2017 Involvement Fair, members of the National Broadcasting Society-Film & Moving Image club met new students to provide information about our activities. Upcoming events include a movie-trivia night and 72-Hour Film Festival (more information to follow in the future). Pictured, above, left to right, are: Bobby Morison (Public Relations), Will Johnston (Treasurer), John Travers (Secretary) and Adam Vaughn (President). We have a lot more members (and, yes, some women), but are always looking for more! The club is officially a local chapter of the National Broadcasting Society, which has an honors society, Alpha Epsilon Rho, attached. For more information, email Adam Vaughn or the club's advisor, FMI Chair Chris Reed.

Last Friday, April 21, the Columbia Orchestra at the Jim Rouse Theater for the Performing Arts in Columbia, Maryland, performed Bela Bartok’s opera Bluebeard’s Castle, with videos created by FMI students in Chris Ernst’s "Lighting for the Camera." Above are photos of the prep work and actual performance. Students involved in the show are as follows: Arian Boroumand, Danny Crapanzano, Jessie Dubyoski, Chris Hessler, Jonathan Kuchinskas, Ryan Scott, Jasmine Sterling, Gabby Sturgeon, and Adam Vaughn.

Click on the image, above, to check out our new PSA – again, airing before all movies at Baltimore's historic Senator Theatre – to replace the one that has been playing for the past year. Once more, it was made in a class taught by Christopher Ernst (this time, it was FMI 303, or "Lighting for the Camera"). Enjoy!

Here is the list of credits:

  • Director – Chris Hessler
  • Assistant Director – Jasmine Sterling
  • Camera – Adam Vaughn, Ryan Scott, Danny Crapanzano
  • Gaffer/Grip – Jonathan Kuchinskas, Jessie Dubyoski, Arian Boroumand
  • Sound – Gabby Sturgeon
  • Editor – Ryan Scott/Chris Hessler
  • Sound Design – Jessie Dubyoski/Gabby Sturgeon
  • Production Design – Entire crew
  • Actors: Jessie Dubyoski, Christopher Ernst, Danny Crapanzano, Gabby Sturgeon, Adam Vaughn, Jasmine Sterling, Ryan Scott, Arian Boroumand

 

The Online Film Festival, sponsored by Pond5, ran from Nov. 2-6. Congratulations to the winners (determined by Stevenson students, voting online):
 
1st Place ($250 Pond5 Gift Card): Adam Vaughn, for "Prey"
2nd Prize ($100 Amazon Gift Card): Nora Long, for "The Secret Minds of Dogs"
3rd Prize ($50 iTunes Gift Card): Ben Block, for "Wrong Movie"
 
Global Audience Award ($50 Amazon Gift Card): Ben Block, for "Wrong Movie"
 
All participants received $25 Pond5 Gift Cards. Thanks, Pond5! You rock!
 
You can view all of the films on our Vimeo channel.

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