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Film and Moving Image News

Last night, two members of the Class of 2015, Jake Herman and Anthony Manning, screened their Senior Projects, Scrapes and Muted, at the 3rd Annual "Best of Baltimore" Student Film Festival, held at the Creative Alliance at The Patterson. A good time was had by all!

Adjunct Professor Exsul Van Helden, pictured on stage, above, screened his latest movie, New Roots, last Thursday, September 10, to an enthusiastic response. For more photos, please visit Stevenson's Flickr site.

Last academic year - in March, 2015 - a group of Stevenson FMI students attended the annual SXSW Festival, and had a great time. In March, 2016, we will go, again. All Juniors and Seniors are elligible should go, and should contact Chris Reed, if interested.

Here are three short videos made by students who traveled to Austin, Texas, for the 2015 SXSW Festival:

 

 

 

Class of 2015 graduates Jake Herman and Tony Manning will have their Senior capstone films - Scrapes and Muted - play at the Creative Alliance at the Patterson (3134 Eastern Ave., Baltimore MD 21224; info@creativealliance.org; 410/276-1651), on Thursday, September 17, at 7:30pm, as part of the annual "Best of Baltimore" student showcase. Come one, come all!

New Roots is a 60-minute documentary by Adjunct Professor of Film & Moving Image Exsul Van Helden about the challenges faced by female immigrants and refugees who came to the United States and find themselves living between cultures. Women from diverse ethnic and socioeconomic groups share their experiences and feeling about assimilation, values, child-rearing, and being foreign-born in contemporary American Society

Date: Thursday Sept.10

Time: Reception @6 p.m; Screening @ 7p.m.

Place: Stevenson University's Inscape Theatre, on the Greenspring Campus

Screening is open and free to all.

 
 
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