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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

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Film and Moving Image News

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Welcome back to Stevenson, and the Department of Film & Moving Image. Check out this work from the Fall 2016 semester, from our first- and second-year students.

FMI201 (Cinematography I: Black & White)

Maxwell Collins, Max Iacovelli and Ryan Neitzey, Night Walker

Brooks Gray, The End of My Beginning

Lauren Scott, Untitled

FMI101 (Cinema I: Storytelling)

Ally Barlow, Self-Portrait

Dylan Borcherding, Self-Portrait

Aaron Boutwell, Lighting Project

Elijah Earley, Self-Portrait

Alex Hatoff, GoPro Project

Gloria Hernandez, Self-Portrait

Alex Kapusta, Self-Portrait

Dylan Mehring, Self-Portrait

Jenna Miller, Self-Portrait

Robert Morison, Self-Portrait

Yasmeen Nelson, Self-Portrait

Erin Orwig, Self-Portrait

Check out some of the beginning work from Rick Boardman's FMI101 ("Cinema I: Storytelling") class this semester. Click on the photo, above, to be taken to our Vimeo site.

Photos from Rick Boardman's FMI101 ("Cinema I: Storytelling") class this semester. From top to bottom, left to right, within each photo: 

#1 Deanna Faid, Lauren Scott, Jennifer Schemp #2 Austin Krajcic, Octavia James, Nate Choe, Jennifer Schemp, Lauren Scott #3 Lauren, Jennifer, Nick Altmann #4 Kate Kapolchok, Octavia, Nate, Jennifer

Students in Dina Fiasconaro's FMI101 ("Cinema I: Storytelling") and G.T. Keplinger's FMI201 ("Cinematography I: Black & White") collaborated recently on their lighting assignments.

Students in Christopher Ernst's FMI303 class - "Lighting" - pictured above, and FMI101 class - "Cinema I: Storytelling" - pictured below, work hard every week to perfect their craft. They use equipment like the Blackmagic Cinema Camera and Kino Flo lights. It's always a good (and valuable) time.

 
 
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