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Candidate Presentations for Asst. Prof. in Narrative TV Production

Assistant Professor in Narrative TV Production CANDIDATE PRESENTATIONS. Illustration of a tv on a yellow background. CINE logo on the tv.

The Cinema Studies Department is hiring a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Narrative Fiction Production who specializes in television encompassing its various formats (broadcast, streaming, social media platforms, etc.) with a focus on narrative fiction (including shorts, features, and/or episodic narratives).

We invite UO faculty, grads, and undergrads to attend each candidate’s presentation. A reception will follow each presentation with an opportunity to speak with the candidate. Please join us on the following dates and times: 

Congratulations CINE Students and Faculty Screening Films at PLSFF

Poetic Lens Film Festival

Cinema Studies is pleased to congratulate students and faculty who have been selected to screen their short films and videos at the Poetic Lens Short Film Festival!

Mary Grosswendt (Director), Sheilan Ghomghaleh (Producer) have been selected to screen their short film IONIC. Crewed by students: Logan Nelson, Skyler Kaplan, Natalie Rose Baehrend, Alan Nedellec, Iman Zarlons and Jayde Benesh, and starring student actors: Hazel Prial, Justin Thomas and Kyle Kraft. 

Plus! CINE major Iman Zarlons has been selected to screen her student music video "Momang Mori,” and Cinema Studies Assistant Professor Ari Purnama’s work has been selected to screen at the festival as well. Career Instructor Alissa Phillips will provide introductions.

The PLSFF runs October 13-14, 2023 from 7 to 9 pm at the Art House Theater in Eugene. Film as MOVING VISUAL POETRY is the focus of the festival and showcases a collection of short narrative, documentary, animation, music video and experimental films, created without adherence to conventional form. Visit www.plsff.net for more information.

Cinema Studies Invites Applications for Tenure-track Asst. Professor in Narrative TV Production

Student and instructor talking in front of a camera

The Cinema Studies Department at the University of Oregon is pleased to invite applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Narrative Fiction Production. The successful applicant will begin in fall 2024 and should specialize in television encompassing its various formats (broadcast, streaming, social media platforms, etc.).

Cinema Studies Assoc. Professor Erin Hanna Interviewed by Organization for Transformative Works

OTW Guest Post

Cinema Studies Assoc. Professor Erin Hanna was recently interviewed about her article in Transformative Works and Cultures by OTW, a fan-run nonprofit dedicated to the preservation of fanworks. Erin Hanna is author of the book Only at Comic-Con: Hollywood, Fans, and the Limits of Exclusivity. Her research explores the intersection of media industries and fandom, with a particular emphasis on in-person events, film and television promotion, and historical fan communities.

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