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Film and Moving Image News

Date: Oct 2014

On Tuesday, October 28, Stevenson Film/Video alumnus Samuel Tressler, IV (Class of 2008) came back to school to present a few new state-of-the-art RED cameras - on which he is shooting his new feature, Leda - to our students to give them an opportunity to see how this innovative (and complicated) piece of equipment works. Associate Professor of Film/Video G.T. Keplinger organized the event, and snapped the above photos.

Senior and Junior students Travis Francis, Emily Kennard, Nora Long, Katrina Mullar, Ben Rossen, Martin Sherrill, and Terell Thompson work on promotional videos for the Baltimore Humane Society, the CollegeBound Foundation and the Jewish Community Center of Greater Baltimore in our VID321 - "Sponsored Video" - class, taught by Adjunct Instructor Renee McSwain.

FMI101 students Luba Gershenson, Katie Jarosinski, Kevin Pullias, Ryan Scott, Connor Skeen, and David Steinwedel have fun at work with one of our GoPro cameras (and Tascam DR40 sound recorders) as they shoot a project for Adjunct Instructor Rick Boardman's class.

For more photos, check out the full album on Flickr.

[for more photos from today's Homecoming Event, please check out the full album on Flickr.] 

This morning saw glorious weather on Stevenson's Owings Mills campus, as the full communitys of alumni, current students, faculty and staff gathered to celebrate the university before our football team took on Fairleigh Dickinson. Each school had its own special tent. The Film/Video faculty met in the School of Design area.

Above, from left to right: Assistant Professor Dina Fiasconaro (with her daughter, Sailor); Professor and Chair, Christopher Llewellyn Reed; and Associate Professor G.T. Keplinger (with his son, Tommy).

As advertised earlier, the Department of Film/Video took a field trip with students and faculty on Saturday, October 11, to New York's Museum of the Moving Image. A good time was had by all! 

[To see the original photos - and more of them - please visit our Flickr album]

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