Gerardo Stawsky

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2010 - wrote “The Rest of It” -screenplay. 2007 -current - Professor of Film, and Film and LIterature at University of Redlands (Torrance/Burbank campuses), CA 2006 -current - 3rdi QC, Los Angeles, CA 2002-2005 - Director of Education, Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust 2002 - Director and Exec. Producer, “Despite Treblinka” 2000-2002 - ORT Uruguay University 2000-2002 - Professor of Screenwriting (juniors and seniors), and Production Workshop III (seniors), Filmmaking (juniors) 1999-2000 - Universidad Catolica del Uruguay - Professor of Screenwriting (juniors and seniors), and Filmmaking/Media Production (juniors)

1998 Wrote Missing Montevideo (screenplay), a story from the years of dictatorship (for anchor and producer Graziano Pascale, based on his book Montevideo sin Alma).

1996 Producer and Writer/staff correspondent (including a ten page interview with the XIV Dalai Lama, 1989 Nobel Peace Prize, in Dharamsala, India, for Posdata Magazine (Uruguay) and for leading program En Vivo y En Directo, Sarandi Satelital, 1996).

1993 El Pais Cultural. Writer/Staff Correspondent.

Early '90s Weekly Jaque. Writer and Interviewer (in depth interviews, ranging from former conservative Uruguayan President Lacalle to former guerrilla leader E. Fernandez Huidobro).





OTHER FACTS AND ABILITIES

A FIPRESCI award-winning filmmaker. Granted a green card in 2007 as an alien of extraordinary abilities (EB- 1A). Multicultural and multilingual (in addition to English and Spanish, proficient in Italian, Portuguese and Hebrew; fluent in French). Extensive traveling experience throughout North, Central and South America, Western and Eastern Europe and South East Asia and Israel.

-Former quartet co-leader, played in live venues and jazz clubs in Uruguay and abroad, including:

2001 Palacio Estevez, the House of Government of Uruguay, at the National Day of Heritage.

2000 Composed and played for a theatre piece, As Bees In Honey Drown (by Douglas Carter Beane), at the Alianza Cultural Uruguay- Estados Unidos' theatre (Uruguay-United States of America Cultural Alliance), sponsored by the American Embassy.



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