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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

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.

The Film & Moving Image (FMI) Department's Fall 2016 Artist-in-Residence, Eileen Meyer, arrived last night, and is already on campus speaking with our students about the art and craft of editing. Here she is, pictured above, with FMI Chair Christopher Llewellyn Reed, on the left, and Stevenson University President Kevin Manning, on the right. [Photo courtesy of Nora Long]

Above, filmmaker Josh Locy meets with Stevenson FMI students at the Maryland Film Festival.

Above, FMI Chair Christopher Llewellyn Reed moderates a panel on film criticism with, from left to rightAdam Katzman, of the City PaperErik Luers, of IFP; Angela N. Carroll, of BmoreartMax Weiss, of Baltimore Magazine; and Richard Brody, of The New Yorker.

Graduating FMI Senior Malachi Broadus won the Baltimore Film Office's annual screenwriting award for best short script!

Professor Dina Fiasconaro poses with her Baltimore chapter of Films Fatales.

For an overview of my thoughts on the best of the fest, check out my essay at Bmoreart!

Stevenson Film & Moving Image (FMI) students - from left to right, above, are Dakota Madanat, Ben Rossen, Travis Francis, Olivia Jonas, Greg St. Clair, Emily Kennard, T.J. Slade, Dan Whitehead, D.J. Carmon, Patrick Howard and Nate Schrader - have traveled to Austin, Texas, to attend the annual SXSW Festival. We arrived on Saturday, March 12, and will head back to Baltimore on Saturday, March 19. During the week, students will attend film and episodic TV series screenings, keynote events, panels and workshops. There is also a trade show featuring the latest digital technologies. This trip is part of a "special topics" course offered by the FMI Department, entitled "The Evolution of Film Festivals."

While the students are enjoying themselves and learning as much as they can about the current state of the film industry, their two accompanying professors - Dina Fiasconaro and Christopher Llewellyn Reed (yours truly) - will also be attending as many events as possible. In addition, I am covering the festival as a film critic for three different publications: Hammer to NailBmoreart and The Baltimore Sun's "Roughly Speaking" podcast. Be sure to click on the text I just hyperlinked to see my evolving coverage, which will include film reviews, filmmaker interviews and festival overviews.

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