Professor Spotlight: Professor Jonathan Rattner

published on July 5, 2019

Professor Rattner currently holds the position of Assistant Professor of Cinema & Media Arts and Art Department at Vanderbilt University. He teaches classes in Fundamentals of Production, Documentary Workshop, 16mm Film Production and Senior Seminar. Professor Rattner often provides thoughtful perspective to enhance student works and engage students in class discussion and film critique. His class is an excellent place to learn film theories, practically make movies and explore new ideas.

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