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Film and Moving Image News

Guenter Noesner, a rep from ARRI, visited Stevenson’s School of Design on Thursday, August 27, in the Soundstage (SD101) (during G.T. Keplinger’s FIVTH410 Class), with two cameras – the Amira and the Alexa Mini. These are two state-of-the-art cameras that are frequently used to shoot films and television/cable series today. A few years ago, Guenter came with an Alexa.

Above is a collage of photos from the workshop, taken by Omeed A. Nabavi of Stevenson's Office of Marketing and Digital Communications. You can see full-res versions of the photos, as well as videos, right here.
  

Welcome back to school! As the 2015-2016 Academic Year gets underway, know that we will have our usual vast array of activities - workshops, artist-in-residences, field trips, etc. - so pay attention to this blog to keep abreast of what's going on.

For now, check out some of the work from the end of the 2014-2015 Academic Year, below:

 

 

 

On Thursday, October 29, and Friday, October 30, Stevenson's FMI (Film and Moving Image) Department will host film producer - and Maryland native - Jason Berman (LUV, Little Accidents, which both played at the Maryland Film Festival) as our Fall 2015 Artist-in-Residence....Click here to read more.

Tonight was the Senior Showcase for the Department of Film/Video, featuring the work of (pictured above, left to right): Terell Thompson, Ben Rossen (and the rest of the VID325 class), Phil Bromhal, Jessica Goudy, Josh Harmon, Tony Manning, Chelsea Clough, Jake Herman, Corey Manly, Joe Wamba  and Justin Rosen, with Film/Video professor G.T. Keplinger as the evening's MC and instructor of the Spring 2015 FIVTH450 class. Congratulations to all on the terrific films you made, and congratulations to those of you who are graduating.

If you wish to see all of the photos from the evening, check out this album on flickr.

We had a great School of Design party earlier in the day, and there are some wonderful photos from that event, as well.

As per the plan, Stevenson Film/Video students met, this weekend, with two of the filmmakers with films at the Maryland Film Festival:

Saturday, May 9:

 
Today was the first "Stevenson Student Talk-Back Session," with filmmaker Kris Swanberg, whose movie Unexpected played that evening.
 
Sunday, May 10:
 
 
Today was the second "Stevenson Student Talk-Back Session," with Khalik Allah, whose documentary Field Niggas played later that day.
 
 
 
 
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