A filmmaker with a valuable mix of professional and teaching experience, Pearl Gluck joined the College of Communications faculty in 2014. Gluck teaches screenwriting, directing, producing and through her courses and her films she explores themes such as autobiographical film and representations of gender, class, and faith in cinema.
Gluck is currently in post-production on her feature film, The Turn Out, which blends documentary and fiction storytelling to address the underreported issues of domestic sex trafficking at truck stops. She was awarded a 2000 Sundance Producer's Lab fellowship and a 2001 Sundance Festival mentorship for Divan (2004), her first documentary film. Divan (2004) was broadcast on the Sundance Channel, theatrically premiered at the Film Forum in New York and played at festivals around the world.
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