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FMIs 2020 Awards

The results are in! Last night, May 1, we screened (virtually, via a live broadcast on YouTube) the films nominated for the 2020 FMI Awards. Many thanks to the FMI Club and our three outside judges – Sandie Angulo Chen, Eddie Pasa and Brian Roan – for the hard work they did making the show possible. And many thanks to Sony for supplying all the prizes! You can now see all 15 nominees on our Vimeo site.

Just three films produced all 8 awards. Here is the complete list:

  • Best Picture: Crouch (Bryan Auman, producer)
  • Best Directors: Tyler Albizo, Nick Hawdon and Camden Praisner (Crouch)
  • Best Actor: Camden Praisner (Crouch)
  • Best Actress: Melina Madara (Marge Noir)
  • Best Narrative: Marge Noir (Melina Madara, director)
  • Best Cinematography: Bryan Auman (Crouch)
  • Best Editing: Tyler Albizo, Nick Hawdon and Camden Praisner (Crouch)
  • Best Documentary: Baltimore Creative (Wayne Banga, director)

 

FMI 2020 Festival

The annual FMI Awards – popularly known simply as “The FMIs” – are Stevenson’s answer to the Oscars! Come join us as we screen the films made by Stevenson students over the past year, with prizes given for best acting, directing, screenwriting, cinematography, editing, documentary, and … best picture. The entire glorious affair is organized and managed by Stevenson’s NBS-FMI Club and, as it was last year, sponsored by Sony (which offers wonderful educational discounts for students and faculty). This year, because of the global health pandemic and attendant stay-at-home orders, we are holding the festival virtually, on the department's YouTube channel where, in a special livestream broadcast starting at 7pm on Friday, May 1, we will screen the nominees and present the awards to the winners at this link (to be properly activated at that time).

FMIs 2019

The second annual FMI Awards, sponsored by Stevenson's NBS-FMI Club, take place on Friday, April 5! This year's event is sponsored by Sony, which donated the grand prize. Come one, come all!

We love to host our friends from Sony, and try to get them on campus once every few years, if not every year. Yesterday - February 25 - we were lucky to have Sony representatives Tom Cubby and Cindy Silva pay a visit to Assistant Professor in Film & Moving Image Christopher Ernst's FMI202 (Cinematography II: Color) class with the following cameras: the A7SIIFS5X70HXC-D70 and FS7 (we already own this last one). Pictured, above, starting in the top left corner and moving clockwise across and then down to the lower left corner are: 1) Tom Cubby and Josh Herrera; 2) Jessie Dubyoski (on screen) and Deanna Kinzie; 3) Jonathan Kuchinskas, Josh Herrera and Jessie Dubyoski; Jonathan Kuchinskas and Josh Herrera (on screen); 5) Ryan Scott, Jonathan Kuchinskas and Joe Dimaio (on screen).

 
 
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