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2022 showcase posters

The annual Film & Moving Image (FMI) Senior Showcase features capstone work from the graduating majors. Students work as writers, directors, producers, cinematographers, editors and more. Before we screen the films, however, we always like to offer up a preview of these wonderful coming attractions, via the specially designed posters for each film. This year, these posters are once again displayed in the gallery space of the School of Design. The actual showcase, itself, will take place on Thursday, May 12, starting at 7, live and in person in the Inscape Theatre on our Greensping Campus. The event will be masked, but without capacity restrictions. So mark your calendars for a night of great cinema!

Below is a collage from the gallery opening.

2022 gallery opening


On April 28 and 29, Class of 2016 alumnus Joe Dimaio, a Creative Director at Stanley Black & Decker, will come to campus to visit classes and present, Thursday 4/28 at 7pm, in the School of Design Soundstage, examples of his work.

The event has no capacity restrictions, though everyone must be masked.

[Poster designed by Graphic Design major Jessica Hernandez]

FMI Review Show 10

This is our tenth overall episode and the fourth of the 2021-2022 academic year. Tune in to see what FMI Department Chair Chris Reed, FMI Sophomore Tiana Dobson and Business Communication/Fashion Design (Double Major) First-Year Student Phoebe Zaranski think of The Godfather (re-released theatrically by Paramount Pictures on February 25, and then digitally on March 22) and the new film Cyrano (released wide by United Artists on February 25).

Care to see the previous nine shows? Check out our Vimeo site!

STEVIE U 72 2021 Results

And the results are in from Friday night's screening of the 8 films submitted for STEVIE U 72 2021, an event managed by our FMI Club. To see all the movies, click on the above image or visit our Vimeo site.

  • First place + the audience award went to Connor Drake, Zach Garrigus and Andy Smialowski for Last Call.
  • Second place went to A.J. Brown, Hannah Kedzierski and Jalen Thomas for That Certain Shade of Heart.
  • Third place went to Jordan Shipe, Zhanna Snyder and Tina Spurgeon for Hell's Monthly Review.

Contestants had to each pick a different genre, and then work with the following three requirements:

  1. One person on screen at a time (if more than one person, then everyone on screen must wear a face mask of some kind)
  2. All shots must be done handheld
  3. Participants had the option to pick one of the two following challenges: a) The color red must be prominent in the film; b) A Shakespeare quote must be used.

Once the eight completed films were submitted on Monday, November 15, our three participating judges—Stevenson University President Elliot Hirshman, FMI alumna Robin Christine Farrell (Class of 2008) and local cinematographer Quinn Woverton—watched the movies and chose their Top 3. At the end of the screening on Friday, November 19, the audience (both in the Soundstage and virtual) then voted on their favorite, which received the audience award. Prizes consisted of Amazon gift cards and items generously donated by our sponsor, Canon.

Review 9

This is our ninth overall episode and the third of the 2021-2022 academic year. Tune in to see what FMI Department Chair Chris Reed, FMI Senior Lauren Brightwell and FMI Junior Treasure McCorkle think of the new films Citizen Ashe (to be released by CNN and HBO Max, first theatrically and then online, starting December 3) and King Richard (released theatrically and on HBO Max on November 19).

Care to see the previous eight shows? Check out our Vimeo site!

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