Jack Isgro

last updated 12/22/2017

Jack Isgro

Executive Director of Motion Picture and Television Industry Outreach at Academy of Art University

Location:
79 New Montgomery St., San Francisco, California, United States
HQ Phone:
(415) 274-2200

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Jack Isgro
Jack Isgro Advisor Currently Jack is the Executive Director of Motion Picture & Television Industry Outreach at The Academy of Art University. He has more than twenty years of motion picture experience, primarily as a Line Producer/Production Manager. He has worked on several independent feature films and dozens of main title opening sequences for major motion pictures and network television. His projects include among many others, Jake and the Fat Man, FM, Short Circuit, Innerspace, Star Trek VI and The Bold And The Beautiful. Another project with which he was associated is Music in High Places, which combined top music stars and sacred locations around the globe. It aired on both MTV and Direct TV. Jack has been at the Academy of Art University since 1998.

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Jack Isgro Jack IsgroBoard MemberCurrently Jack is the Department Director of Motion Picture & Television at The Academy of Art University.He has more than twenty years of motion picture experience, primarily as a Line Producer/Production Manager.He has worked on several independent feature films and dozens of main title opening sequences for major motion pictures and network television.His projects include among many others, Jake and the Fat Man, FM, Short Circuit, Innerspace, Star Trek VI and The Bold And The Beautiful.Another project with which he was associated is Music in High Places, which combined top music stars and sacred locations around the globe.It aired on both MTV and Direct TV.Jack has been at the Academy of Art University since 1998.

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http://www.moviemaker.com/directing/article/the_state_of_film_school_3364/

Moderated by Bob Fisher, owner of CCS Communications, a public relations firm in Carlsbad, CA, and a freelance writer who has contributed over 1,000 articles on the art of cinematography over the past 25 years, the participants include: Elizabeth Daley, dean of USC's School of Cinema and Television; Bob Bassett, dean of Chapman University's School of Film and Television; Florida State University dean Raymond Fielding; AFI's vice-dean and master filmmaker-in-residence Carolyn Pfeiffer; UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television dean Robert Rosen; Dale Pollock, dean of the North Carolina School of the Arts' School of Filmmaking; David Lyman, founder of the International Film and Television Workshops in Rockport, ME; and David Pfeil and Jack Isgro, executive director and director, respectively, of the Motion Picture & Television program at San Francisco's Academy of Art College.David Pfeil & Jack Isgro (AAC): We overwhelmingly stress collaboration in filmmaking.

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