School of the Arts Faculty

Peter Flynn

Senior Scholar-in-Residence (1998)

B.A. Dublin City University
M.A. University College, Dublin
Ph.D. University of Massachusetts, Amherst
http://www.irishfilmfestival.com


Peter Flynn

Peter Flynn teaches courses in media history, theory and production.

Peter Flynn is the writer/director of the feature-length documentary Blazing the Trail: The O'Kalems in Ireland and is the co-founder and co-director of the Boston Irish Film Festival, now in its 12th year. His articles on Irish film and early American cinema have appeared in a variety of publications, most recently in the Cinema Journal. Peter is currently contracted to the University of Notre Dame press for a forthcoming book entitled Coming Into Clover: Ireland and the Irish in Early American Cinema. Working in conjunction with the Irish Film Institute, Peter helped restore a collection of silent films produced by the Kalem Film Company in Ireland in the 1910s. He is the co-producer of a DVD collection of those films entitled On Location: The Kalem Film Company in Ireland. The DVD is to be released in Spring 2011.

Contact

Office: Ansin 919C

Phone: 3842

E-Mail: peter_flynn@emerson.edu

Current Courses

Introduction to Video Field Production (VM240)
Film Arts Society (VM345)
Sem Top: Women in Film (VM402)
Sem: American Film of the 70's (VM402)
Sem: Film on the Margins (VM402)
Sem: Hitchcock (VM402)
Sem: Media Industry Studies (VM402)
Sem: Queer Film & Video (VM402)
Sem: Rock & Roll & Film & TV (VM402)
Sem: Sex on Screen (VM402)
Sem: Silent Hollywood (VM402)
Sem: Sound as Fine Art (VM402)
Sem: The Western in Film & TV (VM402)
Sem: Underst. the Whedonesque (VM402)
Sem in Media Arts Topics: Short Musical Film and Video (VM402)
Sem Top: Media Industry Studies (VM402)
Sem Top: Parody, Satire, and Irony: The Affect of Ambivalence and the Politics of Reference. (VM402)
Sem: Animation Histories: From Concept to Screen (VM402)
Sem: Animation Histories: From Concepts to Screen (VM402)
Sem: Film and Television in an Age of Anxiety (VM402)
Sem: Film and Television in an Age of Anxiety (VM402)
Sem: Media Ethics and Cultural Diversity (VM402)
Sem: Media Ethics and Cultural Diversity (VM402)
Sem: Media of Consumption: From Totally Cool to Totally Wired (VM402)
Sem: Parody, Satire, and Irony: The Affect of Ambivalence and the Politics of Reference (VM402)
Sem: Popularity & Profits: TV Culture (VM402)
Sem: Queer TV After Ellen Came Out (VM402)
Sem: TV Creators: Understanding the Whedonesque (VM402)
Seminar in Media Arts Topics: American Film of the 1970's (VM402)
Seminar in Media Arts Topics: Film and Television in the Age of Anxiety (VM402)
Seminar in Media Arts Topics: Media Industry Studies (VM402)
Seminar in Media Arts Topics: Romantic and Screwball Comedy (VM402)
Seminar in Media Arts Topics: Sports, Media and Spectacle (VM402)
Seminar in Media Arts Topics: Television Genres (VM402)
Seminar in Media Arts Topics: The Films and Television of David Lynch (VM402)
Seminar in Media Arts Topics: The Films and TV of David Lynch (VM402)
Seminar in Media Arts Topics: The Romantic and Screwball Comedy (VM402)
Seminar in Visual and Media Arts Topics: Media of Consumption: From Totally Cool to Totally Wired (VM402)
Top: Live on the Sunset Strip: Media Production in Los Angeles (VM402)
BFA Production Workshop (VM490)

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