Monday, January 4, 2010

Instructor Wanted for Production II Classes at Keene State College

The Film Studies Department at Keene State College is currently looking for an instructor to teach a section of Film Production II in Spring 2010, which begins on Jan 19th. The course is composed of two 4-credit units (regular class time + lab time), scheduled respectively at 10-1:30 and 2-5:30 on Thursdays. This is a course that teaches 16mm filmmaking and the maximum enrollment number per section is 14. The course description is as follows:

"Study of 16mm synchronous sound, nondialogue B&W film emphasizing preplanning, script writing, and development and pursuing advanced directing, cinematography, editing, sound issues. Participation demands significant outside class production time and substantial student financial output. Films should be produced by teams of two; prearrranged partnerships encouraged. Prereq: Grade of B or better in FILM 250 AND permission of instructor. MUST BE TAKEN CONCURRENTLY WITH FILM 351."

Please consider this opportunity and contact Jiwon Ahn (, chair of the department, if you are interested or if you have any questions.