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Brooke Barnett:

Brooke Barnett is an associate professor in the School of Communications and the director of the Elon Program for Documentary Production. Prior to coming to Elon she worked as a news director, documentary producer, reporter and host/producer in public television. Last year she worked with 14 students to produce the award wining film “In the Midst of a Movement," which aired on four state-wide public television stations. She also mentored the student films The Idol and the Band and Degrees of Change and co-produced Left Ahead with two students. Barnett is interested is mentoring students on socially significant documentary films from idea to post production. description

 

Tom Mould:

Tom Mould is assistant professor of anthropology at Elon University and director of PERCS, the Program for Ethnographic Research and Community Studies. Mould teaches Video Ethnography, a class in which students work in groups to produce their own video ethnographies. Prior to coming to Elon, Mould co-produced a 7-part video series on traditional culture in Indiana. At Elon, he has produced a documentary on North Carolina pottery for UNC-TV and co-produced two videos on a family of potters and traditional artists for Kentucky Educational Television. He has mentored a number of students in the production of their documentary films, including Kevin Kindle’s Weight of a Nation about Sudanese refugees that has been picked up by an international non-profit organization to show in refugee camps, and Brett Tolley’s Dying to Get In about undocumented immigration along the Mexico/US border that has won 4 national student film awards. Mould is interested in mentoring students on documentary films that explore a specific subculture.

 

Ray Johnson:

Ray Johnson is an assistant professor in the School of Communications at Elon University. He is interested in all aspects of documentary film production, but specializes in historical films. His films include, The Survival of the Circle about a group of native Americans and Just a Guy, the story of the Deputy Attorney General for the State of California. He mentored former Elon Student Neeley House in the production of Fully Awake, a film about Black Mountain College.