Tennessee Martin is a 2011 Stephens alum. She is currently in the middle of premiering her first film on a streaming platform and launching the fundraiser for her next film.Categories
Stephens College has announced the names of students who earned places on the high honors and honors deans’ lists for the first semester of the 2021-2022 academic year.
Citizen Jane is a feminist film forum combatting the gross underrepresentation in the film and television industry.CategoriesPublished:
Senior Film Showcase: Under the Moon
The Stephens College Senior Film Showcase is the premiere event for short films directed by graduating digital filmmaking students. Seven short films will be projected during this in-person, outdoor event with an Q&A with the filmmakers following.
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?”Published:
Stephens student filmmakers take top awards as women sweep “Gimme Truth!” competition at True/False Film Festival
First-year digital filmmaking student Rosey Howell ’23 (pictured right) took first place in “Gimme Truth!,” a game show style competition hosted by Brian Babylon and judged by documentary film world celebrities.CategoriesPublished:
First-year Stephens students have films selected for True/False Film Festival sold-out event
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.
The Stephens College Digital Filmmaking program will present the 16th annual Student Film Showcase at 7 p.m. Friday, March 13, in Charters Lecture Theatre, located inside Helis Communication Center, 1405 E. Broadway.
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.