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Film and Moving Image News

Date: Sep 2014

[above still taken from "Gods," by Ben Block, Class of 2016]

Greetings! Be you a current student, an alum, a Stevenson staff or faculty member, a prospective student or parent, or just a casual visitor to our site, please be sure to check out some of the great work by Stevenson Film/Video students on our Vimeo page. We've organized the films into albums, and to make it easier for you to find out, here the links for some of those albums:

Beginning Work

Intermediate Work

Advanced Work



Enjoy! There are more albums - and plenty of great films - to see on the site, so go ahead and browse to your heart's content!

On Thursday, September 26, we screened the feature film Hellion, as part of our Fall 2014 Artist-in-Residence visit. The writer/director, Kat Candler, and producer, Kelly Williams, were both present.

For more photos of the event, check out Stevenson's Flickr site.

Film/Video Fall 2014 Artist-in-Residence Kat Candler here poses with Stevenson University President Kevin Manning, and then with Dr. Manning and her producer, Kelly Williams, and then with the two of them and Film/Video Chair Christopher Llewellyn Reed. It was a great visit!

For original copies of the photos, plus photos of Kat and Kelly in Professor Exsul Van Helden's FMI201 (Cinematography I) class, check out our Flickr site.

FMI101 ("Cinema I: Storytelling") students David Steinwedel, John Dashiell, Connor Skeen, and Lyubov Gershenzon have fun shooting a moving-image project with the Canon t5i in Adjunct Instructor Rick Boardman's class.

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

First-year students Deanna Kinzie, Britain Castellano and Mikey Manfredi have fun shooting a moving-image project with the Canon t5i in Professor Dina Fiasconaro's FMI101 ("Cinema I: Storytelling") class.

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

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