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Last Friday, April 21, the Columbia Orchestra at the Jim Rouse Theater for the Performing Arts in Columbia, Maryland, performed Bela Bartok’s opera Bluebeard’s Castle, with videos created by FMI students in Chris Ernst’s "Lighting for the Camera." Above are photos of the prep work and actual performance. Students involved in the show are as follows: Arian Boroumand, Danny Crapanzano, Jessie Dubyoski, Chris Hessler, Jonathan Kuchinskas, Ryan Scott, Jasmine Sterling, Gabby Sturgeon, and Adam Vaughn.

Click on the image, above, to check out our new PSA – again, airing before all movies at Baltimore's historic Senator Theatre – to replace the one that has been playing for the past year. Once more, it was made in a class taught by Christopher Ernst (this time, it was FMI 303, or "Lighting for the Camera"). Enjoy!

Here is the list of credits:

  • Director – Chris Hessler
  • Assistant Director – Jasmine Sterling
  • Camera – Adam Vaughn, Ryan Scott, Danny Crapanzano
  • Gaffer/Grip – Jonathan Kuchinskas, Jessie Dubyoski, Arian Boroumand
  • Sound – Gabby Sturgeon
  • Editor – Ryan Scott/Chris Hessler
  • Sound Design – Jessie Dubyoski/Gabby Sturgeon
  • Production Design – Entire crew
  • Actors: Jessie Dubyoski, Christopher Ernst, Danny Crapanzano, Gabby Sturgeon, Adam Vaughn, Jasmine Sterling, Ryan Scott, Arian Boroumand

 

Last Friday (Nov. 11), Stevenson's NBS-FMI (National Broadcast Society/Film & Moving Image) Club presented a screening of the films made during its first ever 72-Hour Film Festival (sponsored by DeWolfe Music). The winners, chosen by a panel of three external judges (all alums of our program: Tavon Mayne, Katie Shelton and Sam Tressler), were Kookaloris (No. 1) and H2OhNo! (No. 2, and also the recipient of the Audience Award). Pictured above, from left to right, are Morgan Taylor (part of the team that made Kookaloris) and Kara Stone and Max Iacovelli (part of the team that made H2OhNo!).

Click on the images below to be taken to our Vimeo site to watch the winning films!

 
 
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