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Houston Baptist University | October 29, 2020

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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.

Meet Satellite Co-Editors Hannah Gentry and Claire Jones

October 21, 2020 |

CNMA students Hannah Gentry and Claire Jones have excelled at pushing Satellite, HBU’s student-run arts and culture magazine, into new territory during COVID. Despite the limitations of online collaboration, Gentry and Jones, co-editors, have led …

Alumna Natalie LaValley’s Short Film Telos

October 14, 2020 |

Alumna Natalie LaValley ’19 graduated from the Cinema & New Media Arts program at HBU with a BFA in Cinematic Arts and a minor in Writing. Her new short film, Telos, tells the story of …

Professor Hartwell’s Film “The Way That I Take” Advancing at Film Festivals

October 10, 2020 |

Cinema & New Media Arts professor Chris Hartwell recently premiered a new short film, The Way That I Take, which is now screening at a number of film festivals across the country. The short film …

Filmmaker A.J. Edwards Chats with MFA Screenwriters

October 2, 2020 |

In September, we were thrilled to virtually host acclaimed filmmaker A.J. Edwards for an in-depth chat with our MFA in Screenwriting students. Edwards is the writer and director of Age Out (2018) and The Better Angels

Announcing SATELLITE — Stories of Art, Culture, and Faith

February 15, 2018 | The Department of Cinema, Media Arts, and Writing at Houston Baptist University is pleased to announce the launch of SATELLITE, HBU’s student-run arts and culture online magazine. Satellite is proudly the descendant of The Collegian, the student-led newspaper of HBU since 1963.

Filmmaker Chris Hartwell Joins HBU Faculty

August 2, 2017 | The Cinema & New Media Arts program at Houston Baptist University is pleased to announce that filmmaker and critic Chris Hartwell will be joining our faculty this fall. Mr. Hartwell is most widely known for his video essays and film/TV reviews on the popular YouTube series, The Hart Beat.