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Elizabeth Fries <[log in to unmask]>
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I thought this announcement might be of interest. I apologize for any cross

Please forward this message to anyone you feel may be qualified. Thank you.


Elizabeth LeDoux, Program Coordinator
Brooklyn College
Department of Film
2900 Bedford Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11210
(718) 951-5664
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Brooklyn College Film Department Faculty Position
The Department of Film invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant
Professorship beginning in Fall 2002.

FILM PRODUCTION (Directing, Digital Media, Digital Post)
Film Department, Brooklyn College
City University of New York


Assistant Professor
Tenure-track position beginning September, 2002


$35,372 - $45,737
Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Send curriculum vitae, three (3) letters of recommendation, and writing
sample(s) or research papers(s) to:

Assistant Vice President for
Human Resource Services
Brooklyn College - CUNY
2900 Bedford Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11210-2889

Application Deadline:

Review of applications will begin on October 21, 2001 and continue until
position is filled.


Duties include teaching courses: Introduction to Production, Digital
Production, Non-Linear Editing, Post-Production: Qualifying Film,
Interdisciplinary Collaborative Process (a graduate course for Program in
Interactive Media Arts). Committee work, administrative duties, student
advisement, supervision of internships and independent study productions,
curriculum development, continuing professional work in film and digital


M.F.A. or equivalent professional experience in traditional  film and
digital production; professional directing, digital media, and digital
editing credits; undergraduate teaching experience in film and digital
production; strong interpersonal skills; commitment to undergraduate
teaching. (Sample syllabi, reel, personal interview, a demonstration class,
and three strong letters of recommendation will be required of finalists.)

- Anticipated faculty vacancy
- Subject to financial ability
- An equal opportunity employer
- Affirmative action
- Americans with disabilities act employer

Since 1935 BROOKLYN COLLEGE has distinguished itself as one of the nation's
leading public urban universities, receiving a four-star ranking in the
Fiske Guide to Colleges. The Film Department of Brooklyn College was rated
"one of the best filmmaking departments in the world" in Sullivan and
Randolph's Ivy League Programs at State School Prices. There are three
hundred film majors from over fifty countries; fourteen hundred students
take courses each year in the department. The department offers a B.A. with
concentrations in Film Studies, Film Production, Screenwriting, Film
Producing, and Film Marketing, and a Certificate in Film Production which
attracts advanced students with degrees from universities around the world.
Graduate teaching is possible at CUNY's Graduate Center in midtown
Manhattan. A prestigious group of Film Associates teach, advise students on
career choices, and offer professional internships. Close to Manhattan, the
26-acre, tree-lined campus is a favorite choice of film directors seeking an
ivy-league setting.

Visit the Film Department Web site:

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