The Stephens College Digital Filmmaking program proudly announces “Holed Up,” a 48-hour film competition with the premise of “Can you make a film in 48 hours from where you are currently holed up? Without letting your camera leave the house?”
The films of two first-year Stephens College students, Rosey Howell ’23 (pictured left) and Hope Daugherty ’23 (pictured right) will be featured in this Saturday’s True/False Gimme Truth! film competition at the international True/False Film Festival in Columbia.
Stephens College has announced the names of more than 180 students who earned a place on the high honors and honors deans’ lists for the first semester of the 2019-2020 academic year.
This fall, Stephens College faculty presented on professional development activities they undertook this year, supported by grants awarded by the College’s professional development committee.
“Tampsen Air,” the episodic film project that many Stephens College digital filmmaking students helped produce during Stephens Film Institute 2018, has been nominated for Best TV Pilot by the New York City Independent Film Festival.