G.T. Keplinger: School of Design Faculty
G.T. Keplinger , M.F.A.
M.F.A., Film and Electronic Media, School of Communication; American University
B.S., Cum Laude, College of Fine Arts and Communication; Towson State University
A.A., Montgomery College
Associate Professor of Film & Moving Image (Film & Video) (2013 – current)
Assistant Professor of Film & Video (Film, Video & Theatre) (2007 -2013)
Adjunct Professor of Film, Video & Theatre (2006 - 2007)
Lecturer, Electronic Media and Film Department (2005 - 2006)
Adjunct Professor, Electronic Media and Film Department (1999 - 2005)
Fairfax Collegiate School
Summer Program Instructor (1998 - 2000)
Current research activity involves the history of the portrayal of police on television from the 1950s – today. The way that police have been portrayed on television through the years is constantly shifting and adapting with the times and it begs the question of whether the times shape the police shows on television or if the police shows on television shape the times.
I have presented papers and presentations on a wide variety of topics at the annual University Film and Video Association (UFVA) conference every year since 2012 including the upcoming 2017 conference.
I have presented papers and presentations on a wide variety of topics at each of the annual Paul D. Lack Stevenson Scholars Showcases at Stevenson University.
I have also screened films at numerous film festivals and shows and commercials that I have edited, and screened nationally and internationally on television.
I mostly teach editing, sound design, and film production among other courses.
- Sound Design (FIVTH 402/ FMI 441)
- The Films of Alfred Hitchcock (FIVTH 402)
- Senior Project Pre-Production (Doc Theory) (FIVTH 410/ FMI 410)
- Senior Project Production (Doc Project) (FIVTH 450)
- Cinematography I: Black & White (FMI 201)
- The Art & Craft of Editing I (FMI 221)
- The Art & Craft of Editing II (FMI 222)
- Fundamentals of Video (VID 107)
- Field Production & Editing I (VID 220)
- Field Production & Editing II (VID 222)
- Non-Linear Editing (VID 345)
- Video Production (VID 325)
- Non-Linear Editing (VID 345)
- Directing (FIVTH 312)
- History of Film (FLM 204)
- Introduction to 16mm Film Production (FLM 108/ FMI 103)
- Basic 16 mm Film Production (FLM 254)
- Intermediate 16 mm Film Production (FLM 354)
- Advanced Film Production (FLM 355)
- Developed four new classes in Sound Design (FIVTH 402), The Films of Alfred Hitchcock (FIVTH 402), The Art & Craft of Editing II (FMI 222), and Basic 16 mm Film Production (FLM 254)
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