Scott J Bankert

Adjunct Teacher; Technical Training Manager; Adjunct Instructor; Gallatin Advisor

Scott Bankert

Office: 721 Broadway Rm. 1038
Office Hours: by appointment

Documenting Culture: Paris
Urban Arts Workshop: Paris
Urban Arts Workshop: New York
Digital Theory (Department of Film and TV)
Electronic Cinematography (Department of Film and TV)
Fundamentals of Filmmaking (Department of Film and TV)

B.F.A. New York University (Tisch, Film and Television)
M.A. New York University (GSAS, Humanities and Social Thought)

With an active career in writing, filmmaking, photography and teaching, Scott Bankert typifies the passionate artist and scholar. Always on the move, Scott’s creative projects and teaching assignments have taken him around the world from Europe to South East Asia and throughout the Americas. Scott’s clients include Eli Lilly, Verizon, NASCAR, Deutsche Bank, L’Oréal, BDO, Pfizer, and Yo-Yo Ma’s Silk Road Ensemble.

Scott is also a founding member of TableTop Films, an independent production company that produces award-winning films and multimedia works. Scott’s work has screened at South by Southwest, MoMA, Montreal International Film Festival, Ann Arbor Film Festival, Humboldt International Film Festival, Big Muddy Film Festival, Baltimore Museum of Art and Public Television.

Scott currently conducts courses in film and digital media as well as cultural studies, urban studies and urban arts at NYU Tisch’s Greenwich Village and Paris campuses. Scott is also a visiting professor at Instituto Criar in São Paulo, Brazil where he regularly travels to teach socially responsible filmmaking and serve as a consultant for the institute. Scott’s primary research focuses on the impact and application of emergent technologies on the craft and business of visual storytelling in the digital age. Scott’s other scholarly interests include human geography, visual ethnography and the interplay between art, society and culture in the global everyday.