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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.

Last night at the Creative Alliance in downtown Baltimore, as part of the annual "Best of Baltimore" showcase, three members of the Film & Moving Image class of 2017 – Chris Hessler, Rachel Pollock and Morgan Taylor – screened their senior-thesis projects, along with the work of students from other Baltimore-area institutions. Below is a photo of all who came out, including the directors and their faculty supervisor, Chris Ernst.

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.

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.

Stevenson's annual MAP (Mustang Activities and Programming) Film Festival will take place on Thursday, February 25, at 7pm in SD101 (Soundstage) in the School of Design. For information on how to submit, check out the submission form (films due Monday, February 15).