Regardless of previous experience, skill or talent-level, meaningful artistic creation is attainable…
with the desire and will to tell stories.
Jeffrey Teitler is a full Professor of Production and Performance Studies within the Department of Communication at Central Connecticut State University. Working with non-specialized, or first-time filmmakers, his students consistently earn unprecedented achievements, previously not seen at CCSU. Regularly, Teitler’s students receive local and national accolades in digital film and documentary production, are broadcast on network television, selected within film festivals and most importantly, transform their skills to create meaningful works in media, film and documentary production.
As the only peer-reviewed film professor within CCSU’s Department of Communication, outcomes matter!
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CCSU Film Students and Alumni Produce for The Late Show With Stephen Colbert – Outcomes Matter
CCSU Film Student Wins Jury Award Fighting For Transgender Rights
CCSU FILM ALUMNI AND STUDENTS PRODUCE WITH GRAMMY AWARD WINNING ARTIST
United States Congressional Black Caucus Awards Scholarship to CCSU Film Student
CCSU Film Student captures McDonald’s…and then this happened!
CCSU Film Graduate is A Recipient of Spike Lee’s Production Fund
The Women’s Film Festival in Philadelphia Selects CCSU Film Students
5 CCSU Film Students Win Broadcasts On NESN
CCSU Film Student – An Official Selection In NYC
Recent CCSU Film Student Published in The New York Times
5 CCSU Film Graduates Produce with Yale School of Drama
CCSU Film Student to be Broadcast on NESN’s NEXT PRODUCER and at Fenway Park
CCSU Film Alumnus Accepted to NYU’s Tisch School of The Arts – MFA Film
CCSU Film Students Create for Young Cancer Patient
CCSU Film Student Rises at Back9Network
Health Justice Connecticut Awards CCSU Film Student First Place.
Recent graduate and CCSU Digital Filmmaking student, Kara Brewer has been fighting a rare genetic disease. She has endured a kidney transplant, brain surgery and many other complex issues related to BOR syndrome. She has also been filming her experiences with extreme courage and skill. Though the fight is ongoing and the battles are difficult, […]
Shae Sau – Filming Alzheimer’s Disease, Family and Hope
Shae Sau arrived at CCSU as a transfer student from Manchester Community College.“Film for me at CCSU has changed my thoughts and perception of production. I have gone beyond the fear of handling the camera and approaching subjects. Most recently, through film, I explored issues of gender and identity in an extremely personal way. […]