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STEVIE U 72 2020

Stevenson University's FMI Club once again has planned its annual Stevie U 72 Film Festival, screening the movies made during this 72-hour filmmaking event on Friday, November 13, 2020, at 7pm (screening link here, or click on the image, above). Sponsored and presented by Canon USA, this event is open to all. 

From 12pm on Friday, November 6, through 12pm on Monday, November 9, participating students, working in small, socially distanced crews, will make, following COVID-19 safety guidelines, short films that they write, produce, direct and edit after receiving the restrictions of genre and other elements at the Friday start. Once the festival closes, our three participating judges––Stevenson University President Eliot Hirshman, Spring 2020 FMI Artist-in-Residence Capella Fahoome, and FMI alumnus DJ Carmon (Class of 2017)––will watch the movies and choose their Top 3, which will each receive donated prizes from our sponsor, Canon. At the end of the screening on Friday, November 13, the virtual audience will then vote on their favorite, which will also receive a prize.

See you on the 13th!

[poster, above, designed by FMI junior Hazen Batock.]

Capella 2020

Movie producers are the power behind the scenes, the ones who make the magic happen … or at the very least give directors the space to make that magic happen. Local producer Capella Fahoome (Don't Stop Believin': Everyman's JourneyMotherland, Notown) has compiled an impressive body of work, especially in the documentary field, having collaborated with local filmmaker Ramona Diaz (a former artist-in-residence) and others. Come join us on Monday, March 9, at 6pm in the School of Design soundstage, as Capella explains what drives her and how you, too, can learn the secrets of cinematic enchantment, in a presentation she calls “The Outsiders Guide to Filmmaking ... and Life in General (or Exploring a Path for the Rest of Us).” The event is free and open to all.

Beyond her Monday night presentation, Capella will be on the ground with Stevenson Film & Moving Image students from that Monday morning through Wednesday afternoon.

[poster designed by Stevenson GDES student Rebecca Doyle]

 
 
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