About Me

Thomas David Gamburg is a produced writer and current MFA and Undergraduate Lecturer with credentials in screenwriting, creative writing and acting. Gamburg holds MFA's from UCLA and USF, has written for Russian television and has contracted for adaptations of published works of fiction.

He is the co-founder of Pulse Films and recipient of commendations from The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences Nicholl Fellowship, The Elizabeth Mills Crothers Prize for Fiction, The Judith Stronach Prize for Prose, The Julia Keith Shrout Short Story Prize and Cinema Edge Awards.

Gamburg is a conservatory-trained former professional actor (past membership in Actors Equity Association and Screen Actors Guild) credited as Thomas Alexander.

Classes I Teach

Spring 2019

CRNCourseSec.Title
44628F/TV 6A61Screenwriting Fundamentals for Film/Video I
00889F/TV 60B61Screenwriting Fundamentals for Film/Video II
00890F/TV 60C61Screenwriting Fundamentals for Film/Video III

Winter 2019

CRNCourseSec.Title
34349F/TV 6A2Screenwriting Fundamentals for Film/Video I

Faculty Info

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Thomas Gamburg
****-time Faculty

Film/TV

gamburgthomas@deanza.edu

408.864.****

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Education

MFA, Film & Television: Screenwriting Concentration. UCLA

MFA, Creative Writing: Fiction Concentration. University of San Francisco

BA, English. UC Berkeley

Certificate, Acting. The New Actors Workshop Conservatory Training Program

Certificate, Screenwriting. UCLA Professional Program for Screenwriters

Office Hours

Spring Quarter 2018

Tuesdays

5:30-6:30 pm

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