Film and Moving Image News

Last night's presentation by our Fall 2016 Artist-in-Residence, Eileen Meyer, was a great success. Thanks to all who came out.

Today, in FMI231 ("Film & Moving Image History"), students watched Alfred Hitchcock's Dial M for Murder, a 1954 film from the "Master of Suspense" that is the sole movie he released in 3D. A novelty (short-lived) at the time,.

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, .

Saturday, October 22, was Stevenson University's Homecoming Day. Check out the cool photos from our School of Design area.

The NBS/FMI Club prsents Stevenson's first 72-Hour Film Festival, which will start on Friday, Nov. 4, and end on Monday, Nov.