|Title:||Assistant Professor > Media Arts|
|Office Location:||Lowell Thomas 136B|
|Extension:||(845) 575-3000 ext. 2209|
|Degrees Held:||MFA - Writing for Film and Television - University of Southern California
BA - Film Production - Hunter College, City University of New York.
|Certifications:||Avid Technologies - Advanced Editing Techniques|
|Bio:||Josh Robbins has worked in the entertainment industry in pre-production as a script reader, in production as a script supervisor, and in post-production as an assistant editor.
He has written six feature film screenplays and two television spec scripts. His thesis script, "Summer Solstice," won the 2004 Jack Nicholson Award for best screenplay. His most recent script, "I'm Not Down," won first prize in both the Woods Hole and Landlocked Film Festivals' screenplay competitions.
He presented a paper, "The Rule of Threes: How Act Structure Works For and Against Film Art," at the 2009 University Film and Video Conference.
At the 2010 University Film and Video Conference, he will present his paper, "Teaching Story Structure Through Four Judd Apatow Productions."