>Dear Screen -L'ers,
>My undergraduate film class will be taking a trip to London, though as
>instructor I am most likely unable to accompany them due to other courses
>going on at the same time. I would like to arrange a couple of visits for
>them at film schools or academic institutions studying film. There will be
>approximately 20 students, but if a smaller group is necessry, we can
>arrange that within the group.
>Many of my students want to work in the industry, so if there are any film
>production people on the list or instructors at any school in London that
>could accomodate a visit --- even a brief one --- we would very much
>appreciate the contact. They will be there from Monday Dec. 9th to Thursday
>Dec. 12th. We have an Erasmus program here and a number of my students may
>wish to study abroad. This can be an interesting start for possible student
>Our course is primarily academic, but we do have a course in elementary
>filmmaking on video as a part of understanding theory through doing. If you
>would like to see more about what we study, look at the following URL:
>Please contact me directly at [log in to unmask]
>Thanks in advance.
>Bert Deivert -- film studies, University of Karlstad, Sweden
>BERT DEIVERT Film Studies / Media Studies
>University of Karlstad,SWEDEN Voice: 46-54-83 81 06
>E-Mail: [log in to unmask]
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