||Room 135 Annenberg Hall, Main Campus
||Monday from 3:30pm to 5pm.5, Wednesday from 3:30pm to 5pm.5, Friday from 3:30pm to 5pm.5|
|Associate Professor Allan Barber is a graduate of Temple's MFA Program in Film & Television where he teaches basic film and video aesthetics, video production, film history and criticism, film sound, and screenwriting. He was the Faculty Director of Temple's London Program, where he taught a course in British Mass Media. He is the Director of the Film & Media Art Department's Honors Program, and the Coordinator for the FMA Los Angeles Summer Intern Program (1998 and 1999). He also organized and serves as one of the faculty advisors for TUSFVA (Temple University Student Film & Video Association).
His creative work includes screenwriting, documentary, and corporate video, which has been selected for and honored at national festivals and conferences. He has served as an editorial consultant for screenwriting and audio production textbooks and is the Scriptwriting Editor for the Journal of Film and Video. He is an active member of the University Film & Video Association (a national organization of university-level media educators). In 1994 he was UFVA Conference Program Chair, and appointed Editor of the UFVA Digest ( a bi-monthly national newsletter) in 1996. He was recently re-elected to serve on its Board of Directors.