Film & Television
Gregg Stouffer has been teaching screenwriting, film production, and post production at the college level for over 18 semesters, while maintaining an active production company working in the Colorado film, television and advertising industry.
He has written and produced countless screenplays in virtually every genre and length, from shorts to features, narrative to documentary, as well as for the corporate, educational, and advertising industries. He received an Emmy award for a PSA, and currently has three feature-length screenplays in various phases of pre-production.
Gregg was the director, cinematographer and editor of an MTV award-winning music video, and has spent several years as a producer and director in the sports industry, garnering a Stanley Cup ring while working for the Colorado Avalanche. Mr. Stouffer also created and served as show runner of a television series about a family running a guest lodge in the Alaskan outback.
On the post production side, Gregg was an AVID Certified Instructor for seven years, and has been working consistently as a freelance editor on nationally syndicated television programs, narrative and documentary feature films, and advertising campaigns, utilizing all three major non-linear programs -- AVID, Final Cut, and Adobe Premiere.
University of Notre Dame
BA; Communications/Film & Television
University of Texas
Graduate Film Program
CU Denver faculty and filmmaker Hans Rosenwinkel's film, "Fresh Tracks", a documentary about the first U.S. amputee skier and his design that launched the adaptive skiing movement, is up for Best Documentary at the Vail Film Festival.
When the ancient Indian beats of Odissi combine with the rhythms of the West African Djembe and the vibrant Spanish Flamenco, a new kind of sound is born. Jessica McGaugh and Roma Sur have partnered on the new documentary, "Three Worlds, One Stage".
What are Edward Tyndall's favorite movies? Get to know new Film & Television faculty member Edward Tyndall in his Q&A.
Ten Film & Television students, led by Roma Sur, traveled to Mumbai, India to collaborate with India’s top film school to produce bi-lingual short film in “Bollywood”, the movie capital of the eastern hemisphere.