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.
February 15, 2018 | Bearden Coleman
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.
July 31, 2017 | Cinema & New Media Arts
Bearden Coleman, associate professor of Cinema, Media Arts, and Writing, was recently published in a film-focused issue of Image Journal. The essay, as part of a series of articles about the films that help you live better, takes a closer look at Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master and the way it helps viewers see the world more clearly and honestly.
June 5, 2017 | Cinema & New Media Arts
On May 5, the Cinema & New Media Arts program hosted the second annual HBU Student Film Festival, featuring 19 short films produced by our students. We are so proud of all the amazing work from these talented filmmakers and were thrilled to celebrate their achievements!
September 16, 2016 | Cinema & New Media Arts
A new feature-length documentary has been released, offering a fresh perspective on the polarizing Star Wars
prequel trilogy. Joshua Sikora, chair of HBU's Cinema & New Media Arts program, was interviewed for the film and is featured extensively, speaking to the cinematic and mythological foundations of George Lucas' classic sci-fi saga.
August 20, 2016 | Cinema & New Media Arts
Cinema & New Media Arts professor Jesse GrothOlson led a team of local media professionals and HBU students in the production of 4F, a short film produced for the 48 Hour Film Project. The comedic short won the 2016 Audience Award and garnered several additional accolades, including Best Acting (GrothOlson), Best Writing (GrothOlson & McMahon), Best Ensemble Cast, and 3rd Best Overall Film.