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Chair of Cinema Arts
Professor

Pictured is Andrew Halasz.Contact Information

Education

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

Courses Taught

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

Background

Andrew Halasz works creatively with sound and moving images. He worked as a sound editor/mixer for motion pictures and television and is currently a professor in the Cinema Arts program in the Conservatory of Performing Arts at Point Park University in Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Selected Artistic Work

  • By the Waters of Babylon (virtual reality documentary), co-producer, co-director, sound designer, 2020
  • Midnights, sound designer, re-recording mixer, 2018
  • The John Show, sound designer, re-recording mixer, 2017
  • After Hours Trading, re-recording mixer, 2017
  • Back for Good, re-recording mixer, 2017
  • Emmett, a tomato's life, director, writer, animator, 2014
  • Ghost's of Amistad, sound designer, re-recording mixer, 2014
  • What Does Trouble Mean, Nate Smith's Revolution, supervising sound editor/re-recording mixer, 2011
  • Greetings from Pittsburgh: Neighborhood Narratives, co-creator and co-producer, 2011

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