Rodney Stringfellow

Adjunct Instructor of Film Studies
COED 420




Spring 2021

Virtual Office Hours

Monday 2:30-3:30pm on Zoom or by appointment


Teaching Schedule

Film Festivals: Production & Theory, online synchronous, Monday 4:00-6:30pm

Introduction to Film, online synchronous, Tuesday & Thursday 2:30-3:45pm

Introduction to Screenwriting, online synchronous, Tuesday & Thursday 5:30-6:45pm

Rodney Stringfellow is an educator, filmmaker, screenwriter who has written on children's series for Nickelodeon, Disney Channel, PBS Kids and Sesame Workshop. Rodney currently teaches courses in screenwriting, video production, film history and film festivals at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte. He received the College of Liberal Arts Part-time Lecturer Award for Teaching Excellence in 2014. He is the writer and director of the 2019 short film, “Manhood.” The film was named Best Dramatic Short Film at the 2019 Arizona International Film Festival, Best Regional Film at the 2019 CineOdyssey Film Festival, and the winner of the Most Creative Award at the 2019 Carolina Film Festival. The film was also included in the African American Film Festival’s 2019 Emerging Directors Showcase.


MS in Communications Design from Pratt Institute

BA in Visual Communications Design from Purdue University


Adjunct Instructor of Film Studies, Department of Languages and Culture Studies, UNC Charlotte, 2010-present

Professor, Filmmaking and Moving Image Arts, Sarah Lawrence College, 2009-10

Instructor, Filmmaking and Moving Image Arts, Sarah Lawrence College, 2006-10

Instructor, Frederick Douglass Creative Arts Center, NYC, 2005-06