Skip Navigation

Film and Moving Image News

Keyword: max iacovelli

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

Last Friday (Nov. 11), Stevenson's NBS-FMI (National Broadcast Society/Film & Moving Image) Club presented a screening of the films made during its first ever 72-Hour Film Festival (sponsored by DeWolfe Music). The winners, chosen by a panel of three external judges (all alums of our program: Tavon Mayne, Katie Shelton and Sam Tressler), were Kookaloris (No. 1) and H2OhNo! (No. 2, and also the recipient of the Audience Award). Pictured above, from left to right, are Morgan Taylor (part of the team that made Kookaloris) and Kara Stone and Max Iacovelli (part of the team that made H2OhNo!).

Click on the images below to be taken to our Vimeo site to watch the winning films!

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

We are defined by a dynamic tradition of both transition and growth to meet the ever-evolving needs of our students and the local workforce.

Building on Student Success