Skip Navigation

Film and Moving Image News

Keyword: artist-in-residence

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.

The Department of Film & Moving Image is proud to announce that our Fall 2017 Artist-in-Residence will be Baltimore filmmaker Theo Anthony, whose new documentary Rat Film opens September 15 at the Parkway Theatre. Mr. Anthony will be on site from Monday, October 16, through Wednesday, October 18, visiting classes and interacting with students. On Tuesday, October 17, at 7pm, in the Soundstage (SD101), we will screen Rat Film for the Stevenson community, followed by a Q&A with Anthony, with a light reception at 6pm in the lobby of that building. Admission is free to all attendees.

Theo Anthony (b. 1989) is a writer, photographer, and filmmaker currently based in Baltimore, MD. His work been featured by the The Atlantic, Vice, BBC World News, and other international media outlets. His films have received premieres at the Toronto International Film Festival, Locarno International Film Festival, Rotterdam International Film Festival, SXSW, and Anthology Film Archives. In 2015, he was named one of Filmmaker Magazine’s “25 New Faces of Independent Film”. His first feature, RAT FILM, debuted at the 2016 Locarno International Film Festival to critical acclaim, with Richard Brody of the New Yorker calling it “one of the most extraordinary, visionary inspirations in the recent cinema”. RAT FILM will be distributed domestically by Cinema Guild and internationally by Visit Films.

We had a wonderful time with our Spring 2017 Artist-in-Residence Harlan Bosmajian, from March 6-8. Above photos are taken from Tuesday, March 7, at the reception and presentation he gave. [photos by FMI student Lauren Scott]

Cinematographer Harlan Bosmajian will visit Stevenson's Department of Film & Moving Image on March 6-8, and give a lecture on his work on March 7, as per the above poster. He has over 30 feature films to his credit, including La Ciudad, in 1998 (nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for Best Cinematography) and Nicole Holofcener’s Lovely and Amazing (2001), which received praise for its digital cinematography (it was one of the first films shot on high-def to get a national release). Harlan has also shot films such as Saving FaceWinter Solstice (both released in 2005), Weakness (2010), Occupant (2011) and Backwards (2012), the last three using the RED camera, which led to a job on David Fincher’s Social Network as a Boston-unit Director of Photography. His most recent feature is Breakable You (2017), starring Holly Hunter, Alfred Molina and Tony Shalhoub. Harlan is an Associate Professor and head of the Cinematography Program at Emerson College in Boston. 

Have a Question?

Contact Admissions
Undergraduate Admissions
Owings Mills Campus
Garrison Hall North, Second Floor
1-877-468-6852

Email Admissions

 
 
Building on
Student Success

Our Study Abroad Program provides an educational experience that engages you in your personal, social, and intellectual growth as you explore and learn while studying outside the United States.

Building on Student Success