Seniors in the Department of Film/Video will screen their final films on Thursday, May 14, at 7pm in the Inscape Theatre on the Greenspring Campus. There will be a reception beforehand in the theatre lobby, at 6pm. Both the reception and showcase are free and open to the public....Click here to read more.
Have a Question?
Owings Mills Campus
Garrison Hall North, Second Floor
Earn a Minor
Launch, run, and build your own creative business. Students majoring in Film and Moving Image can prepare to launch their own innovative enterprise with a professional minor in Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development.
Film and Moving Image News
This past March, a group of Stevenson Film/Video students traveled to the 2015 SXSW Festival.
We'd like to offer the trip again next year - again during our Spring Break, and again as part of a "Special Topic" course (this time crosslisted with the "Major Directors/Movements" course of the new Film and Moving Image curriculim) - and are actively recruiting rising Juniors and Seniors to consider signing up. Festival attendees start booking Austin, TX, hotels in July of the year before the festival, so the sooner we have an idea of how many students will go, the better chance we have of booking affordable hotels that are within walking distance of the festival. Details in the poster, below:
A good time was had by all who went this year, though the young man, below (Ben Block, Class of 2016), has not been heard from since …
Today, two representatives from Blackmagic Design, Jason Druss and Richard Pelkowski, visited the Department of Film/Video to demo their new 4.6k camera, called the URSA. We currently own two Blackmagic Cinema Cameras, and are looking to upgrade to a higher resolution for our Seniors. Perhaps it will be the URSA . . . We also use Blackmagic's ATEM Production Studio 4K unit in our Broadcast Studio.
Professor G.T. Keplinger arranged the visit.
[Pictured, above, from left to right: Festival organizer (and Film/Video Professor) Dina Fiasconaro, festival judge (and Stevenson alum) Sam Tressler IV, festival judge Amy Genevieve Kozak, festival 2nd-place winner Nate Schrader, festival 3rd-place winner Kara Stone and festival judge Beatriz Bufrahi]
Congratulations to the winners of this year's MAP Film Festival
1st place = Herbs, by Joe Dimaio
2nd place = Guilt, by Nate Schrader
3rd place = Fred Rick, by Kara Stone
Audience Award = Found Footage, by Dustin Acevedo
Students in our new second-year FMI202 ("Cinematography II: Color") - a continuation of last semester's FMI201 ("Cinematography I: Black & White") - taught this semester by Exsul Van Helden (as was FMI201), continue to work with our new Canon 6D DSLR cameras on some more interesting projects. Here, they recreate three stills from previously produced color moving-image productions. In order, top to bottom, are photos (paired with the source image) by Stevenson Film and Moving Image Sophomores Nate Brubaker, Danny Crapanzano and Kara Stone.