M George Stevenson

Associate Professor
Media Arts and Technology

Email: gstevenson@bmcc.cuny.edu

Office: S-622F

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Phone: 212 346-8469

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M. George Stevenson is an Assistant Professor of Media Arts and Technology. He teaches film history, scriptwriting, producing and video editing, and has served as Deputy Department Chairperson.

He directs the BMCC Time Warner Screenwriting Fellowship, which offers a year-long intensive workshop to a select group of BMCC screenwriters and holds annual readings of their work by professional actors in TribecaPAC Theater 2.

Professor Stevenson is a filmmaker whose works include The Sea in My Brother (2018), which premiered at the Workers Unite! Film Festival and But Enough About Me... (2000). HIs photographs have appeared in The New York Times, People, New York Newsday, and The New York Daily News.

He is also an actor who has appeared in Dream Work (2015), Night of the Working Dead (2014) and Show Me the Aliens (2014). He is a sketch comedy writer and performer whose troupe, TunnelVision, has played venues in New York City including Caroline's, the Gotham Comedy Club, StandUp NY and Nuyorican Poets Cafe, and he is a widely published critic, writer, and editor, whose articles have been featured in The New York Daily News, Newsday, Variety, Business Week, and elsewhere.

Professor Stevenson recently gave a paper at the Orson Welles Centennial Symposium at Indiana University and has lectured or taught at Columbia University, Drexel University, the University of the Arts, William Paterson University, New York Institute of Technology and the New York Film Academy.

He holds two degrees from Columbia University; a B.A. from Columbia College and an M.F.A in Film Directing from the Graduate School of the Arts.

Professor Stevenson includes among his areas of expertise: the aesthetic and business aspects of film and video making; performance practice and history; American and European film history, and journalism history and practice.


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