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"Sue richardson (by way of Jeremy Butler <[log in to unmask]>)" <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 16 Nov 2000 10:47:11 -0600
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the film studies program at the university of north carolina at wilmington
is currently searching for two tenure-track positions in film studies: film
production and screenwriting. copies of the job ads are attached to this
e-mail.  please forward them to qualified applicants.   thank you.

ASSOCIATE OR ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, tenure-track, in Film Studies at the
University of North Carolina at Wilmington, Department of Art & Theatre.
Applicants should hold an MFA or PhD in Film Studies or a related field and
have teaching and professional experience in some area of Film Production
(Cinematography, Directing, Editing, etc.) as well as teaching experience
in other areas of Film Studies.  In addition to teaching courses in Film
Production and Film Studies, appointee will coordinate courses in film
production taught by local professional filmmakers in Wilmington, North
Carolina, home of EUE Screen Gems Studios and the third largest film
production center in the United States.  Applicants should send letter of
application, vita, three letters of recommendation and videotape sample of
their work in film to Prof. Philip Furia, Director of Film Studies, 211
Bear Hall,( 601 South College Road, University of North Carolina at
Wilmington, Wilmington, NC 28403-3297.)  For more information see our
website at  Screening of applications will
begin Nov. 6, 2000 and continue until postition is filled.

Screen Writing / Dramatic Writing. Assistant Professor, tenure-track (3/2
load), August 2001. UNCW seeks an accomplished screen writer and dedicated
teacher to serve in an established M.F.A. in Writing Program, as well as in
vital undergraduate programs in Creative Writing and Film Studies. Hiring
criteria include success in producing scripts, significant artistic
recognition, teaching experience, successful completion of an MFA or other
advanced academic degree, and publication. Duties include graduate and
undergraduate courses in screen writing, adaptation, and other forms of
dramatic writing.  Leadership experience and credentials in fiction,
creative nonfiction, play writing, or other aspects of film production are
desirable. UNCW is located in the historic port city of Wilmington, home to
EUE Screen Gems Studios. For further information, see our website at
http://w ww.uncwil. edu/writers. Send letter of application, curriculum
vitae, work sample (script and video), and three letters of recommendation
to Mark Cox, Chair, Creative Writing Dept.( 601 South College Road,
University of North Carolina at Wilmington, Wilmington, NC 28403-3297.)
Screening of applications begins Nov.15, 2000, position will remain open
until filled.

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