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Alex Bickel

What is color correction? In today's world of digital cinematography, it is an ever-more important process of refining the on-screen image in post-production, creating the final look of the movie before release. Colorists, working closely with directors and cinematographers, perfect the image of the film, an image that these days is shot with an eye towards exactly this collaboration. Enter Alex Bickel, who has forged quite the career in this area, working on projects that include such recent masterpieces as The Big Sick, Moonlight, Lady Bird, Private Life, The Old Man & the Gun, Mid90s, If Beale Street Could Talkand Hold the Dark, among many others. Join us as Alex presents Jonah Hill's directorial debut, Mid90s, and discusses his career.

On Friday, November 9, Film and Moving Image Students in the NBS/FMI Club organized and presented a showcase of 9 short films made as part of the third annual Stevie U 72, a 72-hour film festival in which students, working in teams, have three days to write, shoot and edit movies. Each group has the same set of challenges, but a different genre. Stevenson's President Elliot Hirshman was one of three judges. The other two were Samuel Tressler IV (Class of 2008) and Jolie East-Miji (Class of 2013). The festival was sponsored by Canon. The videos can be seen on our Vimeo page.

The winners, who each won cash prizes of different amounts, along with various Canon-donated items, were as follows:  

1st:    Distaste for the Structure (Andrew Boone, Brian Brown and Lauren Scott) 

2nd:   Resonance (Laura Boellner, Alexis Harris and Deja Ingram) 

3rd:    The Search for Sound (Tyler Albizo, Bryan Auman, Nick Hawdon and Camden Praisner) 

Audience Award: Chesstern (Evan Bowen, Max Collins, and Greg Leonard) 

The National Broadcasting Society/Film & Moving Image (NBS/FMI) Club is about to launch the 3rd Annual Stevie U 72, a 72-hour film festival in which students, working in teams, have three days to write, shoot and edit movies. Each group has the same set of challenges, but a different genre. Should be fun, as always! The festival is sponsored by Canon.

Stevenson's Department of Film & Moving Image will present its annual showcase of senior capstone films on Thursday, May 10, at 7pm in the Inscape Theatre on our Greenspring Campus, with a 6pm reception beforehand. The event is free and open to all. 

The first annual FMIs – an adaptation of our previous FMI/MAP-sponsored Stevenson Film Festival – took place in the Rockland Banquet Room on the evening of Saturday, April 21, 2018. Over 20 student films screened, with awards – including Best Picture, best Director, Best Actor and Best Actress – announced at the end of the event. The awards jury consisted of outside professionals, recruited by the NBS-FMI club, which organized the event. Well-attended and beautifully orchestrated, the ceremony was a grand testimony to the skills and efforts of our Stevenson FMI students.

The evening's winners were as follows:

  • Best Picture: Beneath the Rain
  • Best Actress: Keeley Nichols
  • Best Actor: Rodney Mitchell
  • Best Director: Kevin Pullias
  • Best Editor: Dylan Borcherding
  • Best Cinematography: Brad Kinckner
  • Best Narrative: Zoe Maliszewskyj

[Pictured above, left to right: FMI winners Kevin Pullias, Dylan Borcherding, Rodney Mitchell, Brad Kinckner, Zoe Maliszewskyj. Photo by FMI sophomore Mark Perry]