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ADJUNCT POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT - SUMMER 2001
Film Department, Brooklyn College
City University of New York
PLEASE FAX, E-MAIL OR MAIL CURRENT RESUME TO:
Prof. Lindley Hanlon, Chairperson
Department of Film
2900 Bedford Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11210-2889
Phone: (718) 951-5664
Fax: (718) 951-4733
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Inquiries should be directed to: Elizabeth LeDoux, Program Coordinator
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Applications will be reviewed upon receipt until the position is filled.
Bachelor's degree in Film or Media plus a minimum of four years
experience or comparable combination of higher education and
experience. M.F.A. in Film Production or AVID Certification
Extensive knowledge in AVID, Media 100, Final Cut Pro, and Adobe
Teach Film 67: Computer-controlled Non-linear Editing
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 10:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Summer session begins: June 4
Summer session ends: July 11
Course description: Theoretical and practical principles of nonlinear
computer-controlled editing systems and software with sync-sound
film material. Systems to be covered include AVID Media Composer,
Media 100, Final Cut Pro 1.2.5, and Adobe Premiere 5.0.
Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.
- Anticipated adjunct 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 1998 Fisk Guide to Colleges. Close to Manhattan, the
26-acre, tree-lined campus is a favorites choice of film directors seeking
an ivy league setting.
The FILM DEPARTMENT of Brooklyn College is the only public
undergraduate department of film production and film studies in New
York City. The department has over 300 majors from more than 50
countries; twelve hundred film students take courses in the department
The department offers a B.A. IN FILM with concentrations in FILM
PRODUCTION, SCREENWRITING, FILM MARKETING,
PRODUCING, and FILM STUDIES, as well as a CERTIFICATE
IN FILM PRODUCTION. The certificate program attracts advanced
students with degrees from universities around the world. A prestigious
group of Film Associates teach, advise students on career choices, and
offer professional internships.
Brooklyn College has "one of the best filmmaking departments in the
- Ivy League Programs at State School Prices
Elizabeth LeDoux, Program Coordinator
Department of Film
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