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educator , filmmaker

Richard Irving Broughton, American Filmmaker, educator. Seattle Arts Committee grantee, 1974. Board of directors Station KPBX, Spokane, since 1981. Member Washington Film and Video Association, Northwest Film Study Center, NorthwestMedia Project, Indiana Feature Project, Alpha Epsilon Rho (honorary), Omicron Delta Kappa (honorary), Les Jongleurs (honorary).

Background

Broughton, Richard Irving was born on November 2, 1941 in Orlando, Florida, United States. Son of Richard Caton and Eleanor (Bavis) Broughton.

Education

Bachelor, Florida State University, 1965. Master of Arts, Florida State University, 1967. Master of Arts, Hollins College, 1971.

Career

Instructor Virginia Western Community College, 1967-1971. Assistant professor communication University Washington, Seattle, 1971-1975. Instructor, department head Spokane Falls Community College, Washington, since 1976.

Founder, owner, operator Mill Mountain Productions, Spokane, since 1971. Lecturer The Center for the Moving Image, Portland, Oregon, 1982. Grants judge American Film Festival, 1984, 85, Seattle Artists Trust, 1987.

Works

Membership

Board of directors Station KPBX, Spokane, since 1981. Member Washington Film and Video Association, Northwest Film Study Center, NorthwestMedia Project, Indiana Feature Project, Alpha Epsilon Rho (honorary), Omicron Delta Kappa (honorary), Les Jongleurs (honorary).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: basketball, bicycling, collecting bonsai trees.

Connections

Married Connie Conley, December 22, 1975. Children: McKenzie Anne, Richard Sayer, Callie Stanford.

father:
Richard Caton Broughton

mother:
Eleanor (Bavis) Broughton

spouse:
Connie Conley

child:
Callie Stanford Broughton

child:
McKenzie Anne Broughton

child:
Richard Sayer Broughton