Pablo Frasconi, B.F.A.
Professor of the Practice of Cinematic Arts
Work Phone: 213-740-7244
Office: SCA 434
Pablo Frasconi is an independent filmmaker who has received numerous grants and fellowships regionally and nationally for film production. He teaches production workshops, experimental film, and how to originate and develop ideas for film at USC's School of Cinematic Arts [SCA].
Frasconi's films Survival of a Small City, Towards The Memory of a Revolution and The Woodcuts of Antonio Frasconi have been broadcast on PBS and are distributed by the Museum of Modern Art, The American Federation of Arts and Filmmakers’ Library. His films are in the collections of the Smithsonian Institution, the Museum of Modern Art, the New York Public Library and the Virginia Museum of Arts. His recent film The Longing premiered at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival. Frasconi is currently working on an adaptation of Thoreau’s writings.
Prior to joining SCA, Frasconi taught at the New School for Social Research and the State University of New York, College at Purchase.