THE BOZEMAN FILM SOCIETY BRINGS OUR COMMUNITY TOGETHER BY SCREENING POWERFUL INDEPENDENT FILMS IN THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN.
The BFS Jack Stonnell Memorial Scholarship
Awarded each fall to the rising junior pursuing a degree with the School of Film and Photography with the highest cumulative grade in the following four courses:
Film 100 Introduction to Film
Film 101 Understanding Film Media
Film 201 Film History - Origins - 1960
Film 202 Film History - 1960 - Present
Dr. Jack Stonnell (1930-2019) joined the faculty of Montana State College in 1957 to help establish a Film and TV Department. Employed as professor of cinema at MSC/MSU for the next 34 years, he was instrumental in keeping the MSU Film Department from relocating to Missoula in the late 1970s and co-founded the Bozeman Film Festival aka Bozeman Film Society in the early 1970s.
My name is Kate Brown, and I’m a third year student at MSU pursuing a film degree with a business minor. I’m honored to have been chosen as this year’s scholarship recipient. I currently work full time shooting and producing content with the MSU Creative Services team for all the sports we have on campus. I absolutely love what I do, and am so excited to continue showcasing our incredible student-athletes for the remainder of my time here at MSU!
Congratulations to Kate Brown