The Film Studies program is hiring a new faculty member to teach film production and global cinema. We have invited three candidates to come to campus for interviews. As part of the visits, the candidates will be teaching a mock class to demonstrate their skills in the classroom. We need students to attend the classes and serve as “students” in the demonstrations.
Each class will be an “Introduction to Lighting”: 35 minutes will be spent discussing the principles of cinematic lighting and 35 minutes will be instruction in how to white balance in Adobe Premiere software. You do not need to know anything about film production or Adobe Premiere to attend the demonstrations.
If students are willing, I will happily waive one of the required seven labs for Introduction to Film Studies in exchange for attendance at one of the demonstrations. The times of the demonstrations are below:
Thurs, January 30th 4:00-5:15pm Weinstein Hall 418 (Journalism Lab)
Mon, February 3rd 1:30-2:45pm Weinstein Hall 418 (Journalism Lab)
Wed, February 5th 1:30-2:45pm Weinstein Hall 418 (Journalism Lab)
Anyone willing will earn my endless gratitude! Please email me if you can attend and to which session. Thank you!