Senior Lecturer in Film Production
University of Westminster - Westminster School of Media, Arts and Design
|Salary:||£46,985 to £53,727 p.a. (Inc. LWA)|
|Placed on:||27th September 2016|
|Closes:||25th October 2016|
£46.985 - £53,727p.a. (Inc. LWA)
Westminster School of Media, Arts and Design is one of Europe’s leading centres of excellence for higher education in media and the creative arts. The 2015 QS Worldwide University Rankings placed our research and courses in Media, Journalism and Communications at the University of Westminster among the top 35 globally.
Westminster’s BA in Film has an international reputation for nurturing award winning film and television professionals. The environment is academic and practical, scholarly and creative, and all students study film history, criticism and aesthetics alongside their practical work. The launch of our two-year MFA in Film has created an opportunity for a practising filmmaker to join our team
and work on both courses.
Substantial professional experience of film or television production, gained through working in a significant HoD role such as producing, directing, cinematography, etc, is essential, as is an interest in film history, theory and aesthetics. A track record of academic research and publication is desirable, as is an engagement with emerging immersive technologies such as 360 production, and their application.
Commitment to a leading role in teaching film practice, and in course and module development, is essential. In return, we will support you in your continuing personal and professional development.
Job reference number: 50046165
Closing date: 25.10.2016
Interviews are likely to be held week commencing 3rd November 2016
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