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The first annual FMIs – an adaptation of our previous FMI/MAP-sponsored Stevenson Film Festival – took place in the Rockland Banquet Room on the evening of Saturday, April 21, 2018. Over 20 student films screened, with awards – including Best Picture, best Director, Best Actor and Best Actress – announced at the end of the event. The awards jury consisted of outside professionals, recruited by the NBS-FMI club, which organized the event. Well-attended and beautifully orchestrated, the ceremony was a grand testimony to the skills and efforts of our Stevenson FMI students.

The evening's winners were as follows:

  • Best Picture: Beneath the Rain
  • Best Actress: Keeley Nichols
  • Best Actor: Rodney Mitchell
  • Best Director: Kevin Pullias
  • Best Editor: Dylan Borcherding
  • Best Cinematography: Brad Kinckner
  • Best Narrative: Zoe Maliszewskyj

[Pictured above, left to right: FMI winners Kevin Pullias, Dylan Borcherding, Rodney Mitchell, Brad Kinckner, Zoe Maliszewskyj. Photo by FMI sophomore Mark Perry]

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!

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!

The NBS/FMI Club prsents Stevenson's first 72-Hour Film Festival, which will start on Friday, Nov. 4, and end on Monday, Nov. 7 (running, for all intents and purposes, the three days of 11/4, 11/5 and 11/6). You must have teams of three people (though can have many more actors, etc.): a director, cinematographer and editor. This event is open to all members of the Stevenson Community, and is sponsored by DeWolfe Music (http://www.dewolfemusic.com/), a company which licenses music for use in films.

Come to the informational meeting at 2:15pm on 10/28 in Room 304 of the Brown School of Business.

1st prize: 3 $200 gift certificates for DeWolfe Music
2nd prize: 3 $50 Amazon gift cards
3rd prize: 3 $25 Amazon gift cards