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Film School


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Film School

Growing Up, Film School and 1956

Education in the School of Dreams: Travelogues and Early Nonfiction Film

RODDA, James - Financial Director, National Film and Television School, 1996–2005

Embodied simulation, empathy and social cognition: Berlin School lessons for film theory

POWELL, Nikolas Mark (born 1950), Director, National Film and Television School, since 2003

YOUNG, Colin (born 1927), Senior Consultant, Ateliers du Cinéma Européen, since 1996 (Director, 1993–96); Director, National Film and Television School of Great Britain (formerly National Film School), 1970–92

MYLES, Lynda Robbie (born 1947), independent film producer, Pandora Productions, since 1991; Head, Fiction Direction, National Film and Television School, since 2004

WAJDA, Andrzej (born 1926), Polish film and theatre director; Senator, Polish People’s Republic, 1989–91 (one term); President, Andrzej Wajda Master School of Film Directing

ROSS, Richard Lawrence (born 1935), freelance writer and screenwriter, since 2007; Research Professor, Norwegian Film School, 2001–07; Head of Diploma Course and Deputy to Director, National Film and Television School, 1998–2000

NORTHROP, Filmer S(tuart) C(uckow) (1893 - 1992), Sterling Professor of Philosophy and Law Emeritus, the Law School and the School of Graduate Studies, Yale University, USA, since 1962

PAIGE, Deborah Penrose (born 1950), freelance director of theatre, film, television and radio drama; consultant and teacher in leading UK drama schools, since 2011

DICKINSON, Thorold (Barron) (1903 - 1984), Professor of Film in the University of London (Slade School of Fine Art), 1967–71, later Emeritus

GREENAWAY, Peter (born 1942), film director, painter and writer; Professor of Cinema Studies, European Graduate School, Saas-Fee, Switzerland

HASSAN, Mamoun Hamid (born 1937), producer, director and writer; Dean (formerly Director) of Editing, International Film and Television School, Cuba, 1997–2002

Death Squadrons: The French School. Directed and Produced by Marie-Monique Robin. In English, French, and Spanish with English subtitles. 2003; color; 60 minutes. Distributed by First Run/Icarus Films

CHARMLEY, John Denis (born 1955), Professor of Modern History, since 1998, Director, East Anglian Film Archive, since 2010, Director of Employability, since 2011, Director, Centre of East Anglian Studies, since 2012, Head, Institute for Interdisciplinary Humanities, since 2014, and Associate Dean, Enterprise, since 2005, University of East Anglia (Head, School of Music, 2009–14)

 

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