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MA Comparative Literature, University of the Philippines
MA Creative Writing, University of the Philippines
BA Film, University of the Philippines
Email: patrick.campos@gmail.com

Courses Taught: Film 10 (Sining Sine), Film 12 (Sine Pinoy), Film 100 (Introduction to Film), Film 102 (Philippine Cinema), Film 103 (World Cinema), Film 104 (Film Genres), Film 106 (National cinema: Chinese Cinemas, French Cinema), Film 131 (Narrative Cinema), Film 171 (Film Theory and Criticism), Film 130 (Film Genres), Media 210 (Media Theory), Film 270 (Advanced Film Theory & Criticism)

Patrick F. Campos is an independent critic whose works have been published as book chapters in anthologies such as A Philippine Film Reader: History and Criticism (2014) and Global Makeover: Media and Culture in Asia (2008), and as articles in journals such as Kritika Kultura, Daluyan, Philippine Humanities Review , and Situations.

As an advocate of media literacy education, he conducts media and film literacy workshops throughout the country. With the same advocacy, he has served as workshop director of the UP Film Center and a representative of the education sector in the cinema committee of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA). He has also authored a book on media and information literacy for senior high school students entitled From Cave to Cloud (2016).

He was a fellow of the J. Elizalde Navarro National Workshop on Arts Criticism, University of Sto. Tomas, and the Kritika National Workshop on Art and Cultural Criticism, Bienvenido N. Santos Creative Writing Center, De La Salle University, and a visiting fellow at the University of Shizuoka, Japan. He is also a research associate of the Dynamics of Religion in Southeast Asia (DORISEA) Research Network , Germany, a Philippine representative to the Association for Southeast Asian Cinemas (ASEAC), and a co-organizer for ASEAC's biennial conference.

He is currently director of the Office of Research and Publication of the College of Mass Communication of the University of the Philippines (UP), where he also enjoys the title of University Artist. He is associate editor of Humanities Diliman and editor of the Plaridel special issues, "Politics in Mainstream, Underground, and New Media" (2014), "Southeast Asian Horror Cinemas" (2015), and "Intellectuals, the Public Arena, and the Nation" (2016). He is co-author of Communication and Media Theories (2014) and author of The End of National Cinema: Filipino Film at the Turn of the Century (2016).

He teaches courses on film theory, criticism, and history at the Film Institute of the University of the Philippines, Diliman.