Ms Brown is visiting Warsaw at the invitation of WFS, to show her documentary You See Me,
host a showcase of USC student films and host workshops and lectures with our students.
Thursday, April 21
5 pm: USC School of Cinematic Arts student films screening / Cinema Elektronik
7 pm: You see me screening and Q&A / Cinema Elektronik
Friday, April 22
10 am: Cinematography in documentary filmmaking / Lecture / WFS Cinema room 1
For workshops please check availability with firstname.lastname@example.org
Linda J. Brown is a recipient of a Kodak Vision Award for cinematography, a Kodak Education Award and a Fulbright Scholar. She studied filmmaking at Temple University and cinematography at AFI. Partial credits include Lucky Bastard, Sexual Tension and American Beauties: In Pursuit of Art. Brown shot Walking to Waldheim with Doris Roberts and Showtime’s Women: Stories of Passion, plus various documentaries throughout her career. Her documentary, Your Favorite won recognition at Athens International Film Festival and the American Film Festival. She has taught internationally and is presently an Associate Professor at USC’s School of Cinematic Arts and Head of the Cinematography track.
The USC School of Cinematic Arts is a private film school within the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, CA. The school offers multiple undergraduate and graduate programs covering production, screenwriting, critical studies, animation and digital arts, and interactive media & games.
It is the oldest and largest such school in the United States, established in 1929 as a joint venture with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, and has been ranked as one of the best film programs in the world on several occasions.