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Film and Moving Image News

Stevenson Film & Moving Image (FMI) students visited one of Baltimore's major TV stations yesterday, WBAL-TV, with Adjunct Instructor (and Stevenson alumnus) Evan Dahne, as part of their Broadcast Production class.

Stevenson Film & Moving Image (FMI) students - from left to right, above, are Dakota Madanat, Ben Rossen, Travis Francis, Olivia Jonas, Greg St. Clair, Emily Kennard, T.J. Slade, Dan Whitehead, D.J. Carmon, Patrick Howard and Nate Schrader - have traveled to Austin, Texas, to attend the annual SXSW Festival. We arrived on Saturday, March 12, and will head back to Baltimore on Saturday, March 19. During the week, students will attend film and episodic TV series screenings, keynote events, panels and workshops. There is also a trade show featuring the latest digital technologies. This trip is part of a "special topics" course offered by the FMI Department, entitled "The Evolution of Film Festivals."

While the students are enjoying themselves and learning as much as they can about the current state of the film industry, their two accompanying professors - Dina Fiasconaro and Christopher Llewellyn Reed (yours truly) - will also be attending as many events as possible. In addition, I am covering the festival as a film critic for three different publications: Hammer to NailBmoreart and The Baltimore Sun's "Roughly Speaking" podcast. Be sure to click on the text I just hyperlinked to see my evolving coverage, which will include film reviews, filmmaker interviews and festival overviews.

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).

There's some great work, as always, happening in our students' classes. Assistant Professor in Film & Moving Image Christopher Ernst's FMI202 (Cinematography II: Color) and FMI306 (Experimental Cinema) classes, pictured above, are innovating away. Starting in the bottom left, and moving up and clockwise, the folks whose faces you can (sort of see) are: Kara Stone, Joe Dimaio, Theo Booker (all in FMI306) and then Joshua Herrera in the middle of the right-hand column, on camera (in FMI202).

 
 
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