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Last night's STEVIE U 72 – our second annual 72-Hour Film Festival, sponsored by Canon – was a resounding success. And the winners are:

  • 1st Place + Audience-Award Winner: Storytime, by Adrienne Civetti, Jessie Dubyoski and Brooks Gray
  • 2nd Place: Vengeance, by Kevin Pullias, Mariam Salahvarzi and Lauren Scott
  • 3rd Place: Home Early, by Josh Herrera, Alex Korty and Adam Vaughn
  • iPhone Winner: Dare to Travel, by Diana Williams

The judges for the event were: President of Stevenson University Dr. Elliot Hirshman, Vice President for Student Affairs (and former President) Claire Moore, and Stevenson alumnus and filmmaker Adam Oberfeld. 

Picture above, left to right, are: Adam Oberfeld, Jessie Dubyoski, Brooks Gray, Adrienne Civetti, Diana Williams, Mariam Salahvarzi, Adam Vaughn, Josh Herrera, Alex Korty, Elliot Hirshman, Claire Moore.

The festival was organized by the National Broadcast Society–Film & Moving Image (NBS-FMI) Club's executive board:

  • Adam Vaughn, President
  • Matt Patti, Vice President
  • John Travers, Secretary
  • Will Johnston, Treasurer 
  • Robert Morison = PR
  • Caitlyn McElroy = Student Government Liaison

Congratulations to all the winners, and a big thank you to all who participated. See you next year!

If you want to see the films, themselves, check out our Vimeo album!

Today, Canon rep Lisa Gualtieri visited Stevenson Film & Moving Image (FMI) Professor Christopher Ernst's FMI201 (Cinematography I) class to demo Canon's line of EOS C100 Mark II cameras, which we just purchased. Pictured, above, are Lisa, Chris Ernst and assorted students in the seminar. 

[above photos taken by Christopher Ernst]

The new year has gotten off to an exciting start! A group of us in the Department of Film & Moving Image (FMI) - including students from all 4 years in the program and 3 faculty members (Chris Ernst, Dina Fiasconaro, and Chris Reed) traveled to Washington, DC, on Saturday, September 17, to visit the Newseum, an exciting museum devoted to the history of journalism (print, broadcast, and now online), including documentary films (which we study and make in FMI). We had a great time, followed by several hours of self-directed sightseeing in our nation's capital. 

Stevenson's Film & Moving Image (FMI) Department will host, October 26-28, Eileen Meyer as our Fall 2016 Artist-in-Residence. Meyer is a documentary film editor in Los Angeles. In 2016, she was awarded the Karen Schmeer Editing Fellowship and was nominated for the Cinema Eye Honors “Outstanding Achievement in Editing” Award for her latest film, Best of Enemies. The film was also a 2015 Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize nominee and on the 2016 Academy Award shortlist for Best Documentary.

In addition to visiting classes, Meyer will present a lecture on her work on Thursday, October 27, at 7pm in the Soundstage (SD101) in the School of Design Building (11100 Ted Herget Way, Owings Mills, MD 21117) on our Owings Mills North campus, with a 6pm reception beforehand in the lobby of that same building. The event is open and free to all.

Stevenson Film & Moving Image (FMI) students visited one of Baltimore's major TV stations yesterday, WBAL-TV, with Adjunct Instructor (and Stevenson alumnus) Evan Dahne, as part of their Broadcast Production class.

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