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Film and Moving Image News

Date: Nov 2015

Students in Dina Fiasconaro's FMI101 ("Cinema I: Storytelling") and G.T. Keplinger's FMI201 ("Cinematography I: Black & White") collaborated recently on their lighting assignments.

The Online Film Festival, sponsored by Pond5, ran from Nov. 2-6. Congratulations to the winners (determined by Stevenson students, voting online):
 
1st Place ($250 Pond5 Gift Card): Adam Vaughn, for "Prey"
2nd Prize ($100 Amazon Gift Card): Nora Long, for "The Secret Minds of Dogs"
3rd Prize ($50 iTunes Gift Card): Ben Block, for "Wrong Movie"
 
Global Audience Award ($50 Amazon Gift Card): Ben Block, for "Wrong Movie"
 
All participants received $25 Pond5 Gift Cards. Thanks, Pond5! You rock!
 
You can view all of the films on our Vimeo channel.

Last week (Thursday, Oct. 29), Fall 2015 Film & Moving Image (FMI) Artist-in-Residence Jason Berman screened his new film The Benefactor. Here are some selected photos from the event:

For more photos, visit Stevenson's Flickr site.

Finally, here are two photos of Jason Berman from his meet-and-greet the Friday afterwards with President Manning and FMI Chair Christopher Llewellyn Reed:

Students in Christopher Ernst's FMI303 class - "Lighting" - pictured above, and FMI101 class - "Cinema I: Storytelling" - pictured below, work hard every week to perfect their craft. They use equipment like the Blackmagic Cinema Camera and Kino Flo lights. It's always a good (and valuable) time.

Just in case you thought that all we had up our sleeve was the Fall 2015 Online Film Festival, here comes another contest: the Fall 2015 Screenplay Contest, to be exact. Any current Stevenson student may submit a script - up to 10 pages in length - for a movie they would like to see produced by the Spring 2016 FMI302 ("Narrative Production") course taught by FMI Assistant Professor Christopher Ernst. The prize? Having that class make your film, using our state-of-the art cameras and equipment. Scripts - in proper formats - are due as pdfs by 5pm on Monday, November 30. Send submissions to chrisreed@stevenson.edu. We will announce the winner on Friday, December 11.

 
 
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