Frank P. Tomasulo was Professor and Head of Film Studies in the College of Motion Picture and Television Arts at Florida State University in Tallahassee. He now back to his hometown of New York, where he teaches undergraduate film classes at City College of New York, and Pace University and on-line graduate seminars for National University in San Diego. Dr. T has also taught cinema and television history and theory, as well as film production and screenwriting, at UCLA, NYU, Ithaca College, Cornell University, the University of California-Santa Cruz, Georgia State University, and Southern Methodist University. The author of more than 80 scholarly essays, and over 150 academic papers, Tomasulo was Editor-in-Chief of *Journal of Film and Video* (1991-1996) and *Cinema Journal* (1997-2002). His co-edited anthology, *More than a Method: Trends and Traditions in Contemporary Film Performance* (2004), is published by Wayne State University Press. In 2010 and 2012, he was nominated for the prestigious Pedagogy Award of the Society for Cinema and Media Studies and, in 2009, became the first recipient of the annual University Film & Video Association Teaching Award. He was awarded Lifetime Membership in the latter organization in 2011. He is the recipient of the Outstanding Teacher Award from Georgia State University, the Pendleton Prize for Research at Ithaca College, the Society for Cinema Studies' Scholarly Writing Award, and two Refereed Paper Awards from the University Film & Video Association.