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Just in case you thought that all we had up our sleeve was the Fall 2015 Online Film Festival, here comes another contest: the Fall 2015 Screenplay Contest, to be exact. Any current Stevenson student may submit a script - up to 10 pages in length - for a movie they would like to see produced by the Spring 2016 FMI302 ("Narrative Production") course taught by FMI Assistant Professor Christopher Ernst. The prize? Having that class make your film, using our state-of-the art cameras and equipment. Scripts - in proper formats - are due as pdfs by 5pm on Monday, November 30. Send submissions to chrisreed@stevenson.edu. We will announce the winner on Friday, December 11.

Welcome to Stevenson's Fall 2015 Online Film Festival, sponsored by Pond5.

You can watch the films here: https://vimeo.com/channels/2015onlinefilmfestival

If you are a Stevenson student, you can vote for the top three prizes here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/8L2C72D

If you are not a Stevenson student, you can vote for the "global audience award" here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/8VYXZCQ

Voting will end at 5pm EST, Friday, November 6.

Enjoy the movies!

Today, at Stevenson, Film & Moving Image students participated in the annual LEGO Challenge. We had a lot of fun building a sculpture with a Back to the Future theme. To see the complete batch of photos (and one video), visit our Flickr site.

Today, School of Design Students, Alumni/ae, Faculty and Staff celebrated Stevenson's 2015 Homecoming Weekend. A great time was had by all. For more photos, visit our Flickr site.

This week, students in FMI Assistant Professor Christopher Ernst's FMI101 - "Cinema I: Storytelling" - and FMI303 - "Lighting" - classes continued their hands-on practice with equipment. It's the Stevenson Way.

 
 
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