Lindley P. Hanlon
Location: 215 West End Building
Phone: 718.951.5000 x2608
B.A. cum laude, Smith College
M.A. European History, Columbia University
M.A. and Ph.D. in Cinema Studies, New York University.
Author of FRAGMENTS: BRESSON'S FILM STYLE, Prof. Hanlon has written on film theory, French film, film and the other arts, and film aesthetics in Millennium Film Journal, The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, Film & History, and Thousand Eyes Magazine.
Internationally Prof. Hanlon has lectured on contemporary American Independent Cinema in Japan, the Netherlands, and Russia.
Prof. Hanlon served as Deputy Chair of the Film Program for six years and was founder and Chair of the Film Department for twenty-one years, service culminating in the Film Department's move to its new facilities in the WEB Building.
More recently Prof. Hanlon has created and taught several new courses: Paris in Film, Mind Games: The Psyche in Cinema, Rock'n'Reel: Music Biopics, Money in the Movies, and Contemporary Chinese Cinema.