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Houston Baptist University | May 23, 2015

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The Cinema & New Media Arts program at Houston Baptist University provides a challenging creative environment for students to develop their artistic abilities and prepare for work in the rapidly expanding worlds of film, media, and the web.

The Cinema & New Media Arts program at Houston Baptist University provides a challenging creative environment for students to develop their artistic abilities and prepare for work in film, media, and the web. Explore our site to learn more about our educational opportunities, read featured articles from our faculty and partners, search our archive of resources for filmmakers, and connect with us on Facebook.

The Cinema of Capra, Part 2: Glimpses of Paradise

May 22, 2015 | 1

As a part of our Media Studies classes, students write essays exploring the work of great filmmakers. This article, by Cinema & New Media Arts student Charissa Fenton, is the second in a series of three

Michael Collins Featured by Houston Public Media

May 11, 2015 |

Michael Collins, the distinguished director of our Master of Fine Arts program, was recently featured alongside HBU’s fantastic art galleries and museums in this video segment produced by Houston Public Media.

We are so thankful …

Driven Golf Awards Students

May 9, 2015 |

Our Cinema & New Media Arts students recently participated in an exclusive competition in partnership with Houston-based Driven Golf. Invited to a special Driven Golf event, our students captured hours of compelling footage and transformed …

CNMA Students Awarded Honors at Convocation

May 7, 2015 |

On May 6th, four Cinema & New Media Arts students received special awards at the 2015 HBU Honors Convocation. Presented by Dr. J. Matthew Boyleston, the Dean of the School of Fine Arts, the awards recognize …

An Evening of Monologues

May 3, 2015 |

This weekend, our Cinema & New Media Arts acting students put on a special Evening of Monologues to showcase their developing talents. Directed by Professor Jesse GrothOlson, the presentation was full of drama, humor, and …

Dr. Reno Lauro Shares Insight with CNMA Students

April 30, 2015 |

This semester, our CNMA students are studying the cinematic work of Terrence Malick, the brilliant and elusive filmmaker behind The Tree of Life, The Thin Red Line, and Days of Heaven. We were …