School of Communication
Additional Positions at AUProgram Director, Producing Film and Video
- Randall Blair is a full-time professor of Film and Media Arts. He is a professional filmmaker who teaches courses in producing, directing, script writing and film production. He has created award-winning films, including documentaries, dramatic films, and educational/ corporate videos. These have been shown on PBS stations, international television networks and at numerous film festivals and film markets including Berlin and Sundance. His awards include the Washington Peer Awards for Best Director and Best Scriptwriter, the Pinnacle Award for Excellence in Media Education and two CINE Golden Eagles.
DegreesBA Political Science, Dartmouth College; MA Film and Video, American University; John Marshall College of Law; London School of Economics
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- SOC - School of Communication
- McKinley - 238
- Weds., Thurs., Fri. 3-4 PM; Sat. 11:30-1, 4:30 -6 PM
FOR THE MEDIA
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Area of Expertise: Producing, writing, and directing documentary and fiction films; media entrepreneurship, including independent television, radio, film, and video
Additional Information: Randall Blair has received numerous awards for his scripts, documentary films, corporate videos, and short narrative films, including the Washington Peer Awards for Best Writer and Director in Washington. He is developing his first feature film and is writing a new textbook on producing film and video. He codeveloped the business of television course for the School of Communication with Darryl Frank of Dreamworks.
To request an interview please call AU Media Relations at 202-885-5950 or submit an interview request form.
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