Welcome to our Fall 2020 Film & Moving Image (FMI) Media-Review Show, in which FMI Chair Chris Reed chats with FMI senior Brandi Hall and Graphic Design junior Kendall Eslinger about the new Netflix series Julie and the Phantoms (released September 10) and the new Quiver Distribution film I Am Woman (released September 11). We take this opportunity to also welcome everyone back to the new academic year, whether you are participating in parts or all of it remotely or in person. We wish everyone the best this fall, and will be back before too long with another review show (featuring different student critics). This and future shows are produced as part of Stevenson University's Arts Alive! series of cultural programs. Enjoy!
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Film and Moving Image News
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.
9 Stevenson Film/Video students attended the annual SXSW Festival in Austin, TX, as part of their Special Topic course, "Emerging Trends in Digital Media and Film." Pictured, above, from left to right, are Ben Block, Tariq Clark, Chelsea Clough, Anthony Manning, Malachi Broadus (kneeling in front), Theo Booker, Ryan Russell (peeking out from behind Theo), Ben Rossen and Travis Francis. A great time was had by all - we were there March 14-21 - and much was learned. Here's looking ahead to SXSW 2016. Who's with me?
For more photos of the group and of the events I attended at the festival, check out my SXSW album on Flickr. And if you want to see what I thought of the films I watched, you can check out one of my seven posts from SXSW, as listed below: