Posts Tagged ‘richard chisolm’

Steven Fischer Speaks at UMBC October 15

September 29, 2011

Homecoming 2011 at University of Maryland Baltimore County is right around the corner. In celebration, UMBC will be hosting several days of events including An Arts and Humanities Afternoon extravaganza featuring a panel discussion with filmmaker alumni Daphne Gardner, Richard Chisolm, Brian Dannelly, Shawn Vanden and Steven Fischer.

Arts Afternoon with moderator David Warfield and UMBC Alumni filmmakers (L-R) Richard Chisolm, Daphne Gardner, Steven Fischer, and Shawn Vanden. Photo by Marlayna Demond. October 15, 2011.

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OSNS on Film Cast Live

June 29, 2009

Film Cast Live posted a review of the OSNS screening in Hollywood, June 20th. The writer’s name is George Leon and he had some great words to share!

Click here to check it out!

Thanks for the kudos, George!

OSNS panel discussion, Los Angeles, CA, June 2009

OSNS panel discussion, Los Angeles, CA, June 2009 (L-R) Brett Paesel, Mark Goffman, Steven Fischer, Steve Melendez, Mike Polcino

Screening at UMBC

May 1, 2009

Screened for a test audience at UMBC. Good to get a visceral reaction. Students seemed overall interested in the subjects and what they had to say.

The screening was followed by a great panel continuing the discussions begun in the movie about finding your own voice, success in the arts, and overall issues on “making it” professionally in the arts. Panel: Emmy winning cinematographer Richard Chisolm, acclaimed documentary filmmaker Steve Yeager, choreographer Carol Hess, and the experimental filmmaker Fred Worden.

Steven Fischer (standing) with (L-R) Steve Yeager, Richard Chisolm, Carol Hess, Fred Worden. Photo John Bintz.

Steven Fischer (standing) with (L-R) Steve Yeager, Richard Chisolm, Carol Hess, Fred Worden. Photo John Bintz.

OSNS Screening for Test Audience in Baltimore, Maryland

April 9, 2009

The headline says it all.

This is the first public test screening for Old School, New School. The screening is primarily for college-aged students and those just starting out professionally in the arts. A post screening discussion will take place with special guests.

Audience reactions may help shape and re-define the final cut and direction of the finished movie.

Details:

University of Maryland Baltimore County
Thursday, April 30, 2009
7.30pm
ITE bldg, Lecture Hall 7

Free admission. Free parking lots 8 and 9.

Post Screening Panel:

Richard Chisolm, Emmy Award winning cinematographer (PBS, ABC, National Geographic).
Steve Yeager, documentary producer and film studies teacher (Divine Trash, Sundance Film Festvial award winner).
Carol Hess, dance artist, choreographer, and UMBC faculty member.
Fred Worden, international experimental filmmaker.

Many thanks to UMBC, Vin Grabill and Greg Simmons for hosting this test audience screening.