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Misha Nedeljkovich

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Misha Nedeljkovich

Professor of Film and Media Studies



Office: Wallace Old Science Hall, Room 301

Phone: 405/325-5525

U.C.L.A., film and television M.F.A.; 
Tokyo University, Communication Studies Shimbunken Kenkysei; 
Ohio University, School of Telecommunications Ph.D.;

Professional directing experience with TV Belgrade, CBS, Los Angeles; Japan Cable Television; and National Theater, Belgrade. Documentary film director-official selection, 1985, International Festival, Monte Carlo, France. Received Fulbright grants in 1983, 2003, 2010, alternate candidate for 2017/2018.  Received Mombusho, Japanese Ministry of Education Grant in 1986. His book, American Film Noir, (Hinaki Publishing Co.) is devoted to genuine American film style “film noir.” Courses he has taught include: RTV-Film & Society, New Communication Technologies, Media Theories and Methodologies, Asian Cinema Masterpieces, Directing for Multi-Camera Studio Production (operating procedures), Directing for Multi-Camera Remote Production (operating procedures), Directing for Single-Camera Production, Webcasting, Language of Film, Introduction to Film and Television, Films of David Lean, Film History (special topics: American Film Noir and Italian Neorealism), Masterpieces of Contemporary Turkish Cinema, Masterpieces of Contemporary Iranian Cinema, Cinema of Western Balkans, and Documentary Film.