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Spring 2012 Student Film Projects

Spring is always a busy time for film students at Dickinson College with multiple film classes in full swing. Not only do students learn the basics of filmmaking, but also they get a chance to create their own hands on projects. Students in David Warfield’s film and Liza Trevino’s documentary production classes have created some fantastic masterpieces with the help of some staff around the Media Center – along with a little bit of equipment! Check out some of the videos our students put together!


Hannah Kren

Hannah has been nice enough to hook us up with two videos she’s been working on. One a personal film project that she wrote and directed and one a documentary. In her first film, “Morning Cup”, Hannah explores just how much one might cherish their morning cup of mocha. What happens when you’re terrible rival takes both the girl of your dreams and your coffee?! In her second film, “Sweet or Deadly”, Hannah produces a documentary about HFCS (High Fructose Corn Syrup) and it’s nutritional value (or lack there of) as well as its health effects. She then interviews college students and officials about the college’s role in regulating this potentially harmful substance. Check out her work below!

Morning Cup from Hannah Kren on Vimeo.


Sweet or Deadly? from Hannah Kren on Vimeo.


Peter Shapiro


Peter was kind enough to send us his documentary film project for his class with Professor Trevino. Peter’s documentary examines the role and status of LGBTQ organizations on campus right now along with the progression of attitudes towards these groups and the students who are involved in them over the past few years.



Daniel Cuevas Guerrero

Daniel was kind enough to provide us with our final featured student project. In his video “Missed Connection”, Daniel tells the story of a man who sees a woman that catches his eye, but is too shy to say hello and tell her how he feels. Regretting his decision he posts a love message on YouTube hoping for a reply. The consequences put him in an unexpected dilemma! If you want to know how things unfold from there you’ll just have to watch!


3MOS and 3CCD Cameras

The 3CCD and HD 3MOS video cameras are top grade digital video cameras useful for students and faculty working on more advanced film projects. Equipped with high quality optical zoom and a wide array of audio editing options, light adjustment, texture options, and more, they can also be used with our selection of tripods, dollies, lighting and sound equipment to achieve professional grade productions.

Sony HDR-AX2000 (2)


Canon DM-GL2

USB Card Reader

The Delkin All in One Universal Car Reader can let you transfer any content stored on any form of card storage devices to a computer via USB.

The FlashGO card reader lets you connect a digital camera memory (SD) card and upload the photos to any computer with a USB port and compatible software.

Renovations in the Micro-room

For the most part, things have been quiet in the Bosler Media Center this past summer. Aside from some renovations with the media center website and some cool new toys coming in (Sony Readers, LED lighting kits, etc.), the Media Center hasn’t had many major projects, however, there has been one very important one: renovations to the micro-room. After 4 years, the time came for a new batch of iMac computers to fill the halls of the Bosler micro-room. Now equipped with the latest Apple iMacs, possessing a quad core 2.5 GHz processor, a 21.5 inch screen, top notch resolution, and 500 GB of memory, and with the latest versions of various Adobe and Apple programs installed on them (Photoshop, InDesign, iMovie, etc.), the micro room has all the tools to let students and faculty create whatever they imagine.

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