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Carlos, Peter

Professor, Cinema
School of Arts, Media, and Communications - Mass Communications

Scheidegger Center 1290
(636) 949 4513

Course Information

Term Course Course Name

SU QTR 16 IMF 57500 80 WR7 Scriptwriting Workshop
SU QTR 16 IMF 57600 80 WR7 The Narrative Arc In Film
SU QTR 16 IMF 57700 80 WR7 Script Analysis
FA SEM 16 COM 35400 22  Advanced Video
FA SEM 16 COM 37000 11  History of Film (GE-CrsClt)
FA SEM 16 COM 37102 21  Practicum in Production: Directing for the Camera
FA SEM 16 COM 45101 21  Cinema Capstone I
FA SEM 16 COM 45102 21  Cinema Capstone II
FA SEM 16 COM 57000 11  History of Film
FA SEM 16 COM 57400 22  Advanced Video
FA SEM 16 COM 57602 21  Practicum in Production: Directing for the Camera
FA QTR 16 IMF 52400 80 WR23 Focused Scriptwriting Workshop
FA QTR 16 IMF 53400 80 WR23 Advanced Focused Scriptwriting Workshop
FA QTR 16 IMF 57800 80 WR23 Advanced Scriptwriting
SP SEM 17 COM 35400 21  Advanced Video
SP SEM 17 COM 37000 11  History of Film (GE-CrsClt)
SP SEM 17 COM 37405 21  Practicum in Scriptwriting: Wrtg & Producing the Short Film
SP SEM 17 COM 57000 11  History of Film
SP SEM 17 COM 57400 21  Advanced Video
SP SEM 17 COM 57805 21  Practicum in Scriptwriting: Writing and Producing the Short



Peter Vincent Carlos, Professor of Digital Cinema Arts, at Lindenwood University, in St. Charles, Missouri, has worked in film and television as a freelance Producer, Director, Writer, and Editor, working for Anheuser-Busch, Entertainment Tonight, ESPN, HBO, Monsanto, among others. He teaches courses in Directing, Cinema as Art, TV Production, Scriptwriting (MFA program and Short Film writing), Film History, and Communications.

Peter was the Station Manager and Programmer for Lindenwood's TV station, LUTV for nearly ten years. He received his MA in Writing from Middlebury College’s Bread Loaf Graduate School of English in Vermont, and studied under Mark Strand, the former U.S. Poet Laureate, at the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference. He received his MFA in Digital Cinema Arts from Lindenwood University.

He has worked in Hollywood with Jim Carrey, Kirsten Dunst, Steve Oedekerk, and Denise Crosby, and he has directed Jay Leno and Joan Rivers.  Carlos was a Production Manager, Second Unit Director, Co-Producer, and Script Reader, and he has written or co-written film treatments and scripts for directors and producers. His short film, Dad's Day, won "Top Applause" and "Rising Star" awards in national film festivals and was shown on national broadcast and cable channels-Philadelphia (WHYY-TV), New Jersey (Com Cast Cable), and St. Louis (KPLR-Warner/Tribune). His other short films have played in various film festivals. Peter has won two St. Louis Emmys for a Television Spot and Corporate Programming. In 2002, he was voted as one of the Top 100 Multimedia Producers in America by AV Video Magazine. In 2012, he won the Best Dramatic Short in the Whitaker Filmmakers Showcase for his film Gravity. His students at Lindenwood University have won two Midwest Region Student Emmys, Best of

Festival in Alabama, and nominated for a Television Academy Foundation Award.

Carlos was the Head Writer for the 25th St. Louis Emmy Awards Show.

He was a semi-finalist in the ScreenCraft/Celtx Scriptwriting Contest in 2014. He has been a judge for Dave Glover’s Halloween Short Film Contest and for Cinema St. Louis, as well as the St. Louis 48 Hours Film Project. And he read scripts for producers and directors while in Los Angeles.

As an instructor of auteurs Alfred Hitchcock and Martin Scorsese, Carlos teaches from a historical and practical perspective. His students have been invited to show their work in film festivals and have won St. Louis Regional Emmys.

He recently taught in France on a Fellowship at the IAU College in Aix-en-Provence. His presentation was “The Influence of French New Wave Films on American New Wave Filmmakers.”

He is the Director of Student Promotion and Engagement for the School of Arts, Media, and Communications.

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