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Our intensive horizontally and vertically integrated program of screenwriting, production and theory/criticism prepares students for creative roles in the film and television industry.
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Marvin SmithProfessorRTV 104Phone: 509.359.6673Email: email@example.com
MA, University of Texas
Teaching Areas: Writing, Law, Film Theory and Criticism.
Tom MullinProfessorRTV 104Phone: 509.359.6389Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tom Mullin teaches production, screenwriting, acting and theory/criticism. He received the Centel Faculty Achievement Award in 2000, the Edmund J. Yarwood Award in 2000-2002, 2004-2009 and the Dean's Faculty Award in 1997. He has published articles in Cineaction, Humanities Today, and the Owen Wister Review. He is the writer, producer and director of both dramatic and non-fiction programs distributed to PBS stations nationwide.
Pete PorterAssistant ProfessorRTV 204Phone: 509.359.6136Email: email@example.com
Dr. Pete Porter teaches filmic arts history and theory/criticism. He also serves as director of The Spokane International Film Festival. Before joining the film faculty in 2004, Porter earned a PhD from Wayne State University in Detroit, Mich., and degrees from Indiana State and Grand Valley State. His dissertation argues that the ancient literary form Menippean satire, a travesty of The Odyssey, the work of Plato, and old comedy, has taken shape in movies from Duck Soup (1934) to The Big Lebowski (1998).
Dr. Porter's recent work studies media representations of non-human animals from a cognitive-ethical perspective. He is the Film Review Editor for Society & Animals, an international journal of Human-Animal Studies. He has published in S & A, The Journal of Moving Image Studies, and the Michigan Academician. Dr. Porter serves as faculty advisor to the EWU Film Society and on the board and The Friends of Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge.
Sarah Lee MonroeAssistant ProfessorRTV 104Phone: 509.359.6135Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
M.F.A. Film and Media Arts, Temple University
Teaching Areas: Production, Screenwriting, Film History