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Christine Noschese

Associate Professor of Radio, Television, Film


Degrees

MA, 1975, Goddard Coll; BA, 1968, Hofstra Univ


Bio

Christine Noschese, Associate Professor, Radio, Television and Film, is an award-winning writer, director and producer of both narrative and documentary films. Her films include Keep On Steppin’, which won Best Short at the Newberry Port Documentary Festival and was selected for screening at festivals in the US and abroad including, BET and HBO, Urban World. June Roses, a short premiered at New Directors/New Films at the Museum of Modern Art. And screened at festival nationwide. Christine’s documentary Metropolitan Avenue was broadcast nationally on PBS’ P.O.V., Channel Four, England and had a theatrical run at the Film Forum. She received the John Greirson Award for Best Director and an Emmy nomination as Best Director. Over 2,000 copies of the film have been distributed by the John T. & Catherine D. Mac Arthur Foundation. Her first film, Mary Therese, a short comedy, won her a New York Foundation Arts Fellowship in Filmmaking. In addition to her independent films and videos, Christine produces and directs educational videos for unions, educational institutions and non-profit organizations. She was the Co-Founder and Director of the National Congress of Neighborhood Women. Her work has been supported by New York State Council on the Arts, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the New York Council on the Humanities, The Ford Foundation. The American Film Institute’s Independent Filmmaker’s Program, The Ford Foundation and The Women in Film Fund among others. Her work has been critically acclaimed in the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Variety, MS Magazine, Sight and Sound , American Anthropologist etc. Christine was a Directing Fellow at American Film Institute and received a MA from Goddard College.

Teaching Interests

Documentary and Fiction Film, Directing and Screenwriting, Personal Narrative, Women, Class and Ethnicity.

Research Interests

Intersection between Documentary and Fictional Narratives. Social Issue and Cultural Documentary.

Recent Courses Taught

Course Title Level
RTVF 110 INTRO TO SCREENWRITING Undergraduate
RTVF 128 SCREENWRTNG:PERSONAL NARRATIVE Undergraduate
RTVF 147 DIRECTING FOR THE SCREEN Undergraduate
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