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Conservatory of Performing Arts

Andrew Halasz

Associate Professor

Andrew HalaszContact information

Education

  • M.F.A., Film and Digital Technology, Chatham University
  • B.A., Communications, William Paterson University

Courses Taught

  • History of Image and Design
  • Intermediate Sound
  • Production III
  • Post-Production Sound for the Short Film
  • Advanced Producing
  • Intermediate Producing
  • Advanced Digital Tools
  • Intermediate Digital Tools
  • Film Production I
  • Film Production II
  • Introduction to Cinema Technique and Production

Background

Andrew Halasz is a filmmaker and media artist originally from New Jersey. His works include films, web art and mixed-media installations. Halasz worked as a sound designer/editor for motion pictures and television in New York City before moving to Pittsburgh to teach at Point Park University. His work has exhibited theatrically and on television, both nationally and internationally.

Selected Artistic Work

  • Mercury in Tuna, Producer, 2011
  • Museum, Co-director, 2011
  • The Director, Sound Designer/Re-recording Mixer, 2011
  • What Does Trouble Mean, Nate Smith's Revolution, Supervising Sound Editor/Mixer, 2011
  • Greetings from Pittsburgh: Neighborhood Narratives, Co-creator and Co-producer, 2011
  • Main Feature, Pop-Up Pittsburgh project, 2011
  • Django A Tomatoes Life, in development
  • Superintendent, in development

Selected Awards (Post-production sound credits)

  • Family Portrait, Sundance Film Festival award-winner
  • Vanaja, Berlin Film Festival award-winner, named by Roger Ebert as one of the top foreign films of 2007

Point Park Features