Film Professor

David Negrin has taught filmmaking as an adjunct professor of film and television for 4 years. He currently teaches at the Lawrence Herbert School of Communications at Hofstra University and the School of Media Studies at The New School. He has also taught professional and pre-professional screenwriters as head instructor of the NYC Screenwriters Collective.

 
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Hofstra University

Celebrating Earth Day by teaching advanced comedy writing on the lawn. David teaches both introductory and advanced writing for television in the Lawrence Herbert School of Communications at Hofstra University in Hempstead, NY.

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The New School

Advanced Screenwriting 2 final class. David teaches introductory and advanced screenwriting in the School of Media Studies at The New School in NY, NY.

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Greenwich International Film Festival

Spotlight interview with John Turturro at 2016 Greenwich International Film Festival.

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"Elections and American Foreign Policy" - Peter S. Kalikow Center for the Study of the American Presidency

Teaching a crossover course on television and American politics, David and his class participate in a panel discussion with Governor Howard Dean, political consultant Ed Rollins, journalist James Mann, and professor of political science Dr. Rosanna Perotti.

 

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Keynote Address: “The Collective Method” – Adorama Speaker Series

Delivered a wide-ranging talk on the craft of screenwriting, the current state of the business of writing for television and film, and the NYC Screenwriters Collective unique approach to script analysis and film development.