Arts University Bournemouth, UK - Lecturer Film (History and Theory) (AD0305)

We are looking for a film practitioner with skills and experience in film history and/ or theory to teach on our vibrant and established BA (Hons) Film Production and MA Film Production courses. You will have a track record in film history and/ or theory, be research active and have some teaching experience. In particular, we are looking for someone who understands and can articulate the importance of the historical and theoretical context for film to student film makers.

You will be a strong and effective communicator, sharing our passion for all aspects of film practice, production and education.

BA (Hons) Film Production is a specialist course, in the context of a unique specialist Art, Design, Media & Performance institution. The BA (Hons) Film Production and MA Film Production courses utilise a specialist award structure modelled on the contemporary film industry and contextualised by a philosophy of practical learning in an academic environment.

The Arts University Bournemouth is actively involved in academic and practice based research in many areas of art and design, including film, animation and photography.

You will be an enthusiastic practitioner who is able to convey an in depth knowledge of film history and theory to masters and degree level students.

You will take responsibility for managing the effective learning of all students, including setting, supervising and assessing work. You will also contribute to the development of the course curriculum and undertake a range of tutorial and pastoral responsibilities. You should be able to work as part of a team with a commitment to a student centred approach. 

Our ideal applicant will be research active and will have experience of teaching film at undergraduate and postgraduate level.

More information about this opportunity can be found in the recruitment pack below. 

Closing Date: 02 Jul 2015
Category: Academic

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