IU Launches Search for Next IU Cinema Director

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Indiana University has begun its search for the next  IU Cinema director. The new director will succeed the cinema's founding director, Jon Vickers, who was named to the position in 2010.

The university has appointed a committee to identify candidates for the position. Provost Professor Greg Waller, unit director of Cinema and Media Studies at The Media School, will chair the committee, which was appointed by IU Bloomington Provost and Executive Vice President Lauren Robel.

The director is responsible for the 260-seat venue’s strategic direction, financial management and staff supervision, among other duties. The new director will also be responsible for oversight of academic and public-facing programs, IU partner and filmmaker relations, and working with distributors and industry leaders.

The search committee includes faculty and staff representatives at IU Bloomington. In addition to Waller, they include:

  • Terri Francis, associate professor and director of the Black Film Center/Archive.
  • Joan Hawkins, associate professor in The Media School
  • Arthur Liou, Herman B Wells Endowed Professor of Digital Art in the Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design
  • Rachael Stoeltje, director of IU Libraries Moving Image Archives
  • Konrad Strauss, professor and chair of audio engineering and sound production in the Jacobs School of Music
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