The School of Film and Animation (SOFA) is inviting applications for a Tenure-Track faculty position in Live Action Production to teach courses in film production with expertise in at least one of the following areas: directing and acting, screen writing, creative producer. The courses focus on a variety of skills and concepts in the production of narrative, documentary, and experimental work. Courses will involve teaching undergraduate and graduate students the aesthetics and techniques of making films. The candidate should demonstrate a sound knowledge of filmmaking processes, current and emerging technologies, and an understanding of film history. The successful applicant is committed to teaching production and is capable of inspiring a critical and inventive environment in the classroom. The applicant is also an actively engaged filmmaker.
The successful candidate will contribute to the development of SOFA’s undergraduate and graduate curricula. It is expected that the candidate will be engaged in scholarly activities/research within the arts, design, and media disciplines. Candidates should possess a strong background in production with a presence in international festivals and a record of exhibition. The candidate will have university-level teaching experience, including faculty mentoring of undergraduate and graduate thesis projects. Other responsibilities include university/community service.
For position information and to apply, http://careers.rit.edu/faculty. keyword search: 4063BR
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