School of Media and Performing Arts

Staff

Dylan Pank

  • Qualifications: BA (Hons)
  • Role Title: Teaching Fellow (Film and Media); Level 5 Tutor (Film)
  • Address: Eldon Building, Winston Churchill Avenue, Portsmouth PO1 2DJ
  • Telephone: 023 9284 5130
  • Email: dylan.pank@port.ac.uk
  • Department: School of Media and Performing Arts
  • Faculty: Creative and Cultural Industries

Biography

Higher education: 1995-1998 BA (Hons) Media Production, University of Northumbria at Newcastle  (1996-1997 exchange year: York University Department of Film, Video and Theatre)

Academic employment: 1998-2003 Instructor, Film and TV department, Bilgi University, Istanbul, Turkey.
2003 – Current, Tutor, Video production, School of Creative Arts, University of Portsmouth, UK.

Filmography:

As Director:
Rules of a Game - documentary, (work in progress)
Bystander - 8 minutes, drama - Digital Video (1998) (also writer)
Subculture - 5 minutes, documentary - b/w 16mm. (1996)
DreamLife - 12 minutes, science fiction drama - Hi8. (1996) (also co-writer)
Waving at Trains - 4 minutes, experimental/poetry piece - S-VHS/super8. (1995) 
Bystander - 2 minutes, drama - super8. (1994) (also writer)
Sidewalk - 2 Minutes, drama - super8.  (1994)

Other roles:

Simulacra - 13 minutes, drama (Digital Video) sound mix (digital), winner of Best Fiction, Cine-5 short film competition, Turkey 2001, Special mention Digital Jury Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival, France (2002)

Empati - drama - editor (non linear). Joint winner for best film at the 2000 FOÇA Short Film Festival. (2000)

Fractured Dreams/Journey's End - [n/a] video section of multimedia instillation - Betacam SP. (1999)

San-ik - 7 minutes, drama - technical director & on line editor (beta-cam) - featured in the 1999 Bodrum Environmental Film Festival (1999)

Come Again? - comedy - cinematographer (16mm b/w & colour) & sound mix (digital). (1998)

Shake, Rattle and Roll - 16 minutes, drama - sound recordist, sound effects editor, ADR recordist, sound mix (1997)

Alternative Therapy - 9 minutes, comedy - sound recordist & film editor (non linear) - winner of the 1998 Royal Television Society award for Best Student Film, non factual, North East region (1998)

The Second Bakery Attack - 10 minutes, drama - ADR recordist, additional sound editor (1997)

Will The Real Max Black Please Stand Up - 7 minutes, documentary - editor (1995)

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