Dustin Morrow has given lectures at colleges, universities, and galleries. He has given presentations to audiences as diverse as underprivileged middle-school students, urban artists, media theorists, and graphic design graduate students. He is available to speak at institutions on a host of subjects, including film and video production, documentary ethics, careers in media and technology, experimental techniques in digital media, first-person nonfiction, film editing, new media producing, director/actor relationships, achieving success in media industries, and community filmmaking endeavors.
Professor Morrow has also, by invitation, screened collections of his films at colleges and galleries. In conjunction with such screenings, Mr. Morrow can speak on the themes presented in his films, and the techniques used to produce them, as well as the cultural contexts in which they were made. His recent anthology, Firinne: Searching for Ireland, can be presented with in-depth discussions of issues important to contemporary Ireland, the politics and protocols of working internationally in production, and the concepts behind intercultural communication and traveling in politically troubled locales. His new feature film Everything Went Down, can be presented with discussions of art and music therapy, reimagining the musical genre, and low-budget DIY production strategies.
To invite Mr. Morrow to lecture for your business/group/institution, contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.