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Spring 2016

In the News

Robert Greene's Film Wins U.S. Documentary Special Jury Award for Writing at Sundance

Kate Plays Christine was honored with this award at the 2016 film festival. Read more on this story from the Missourian here. For a short video of Greene introducing his film, click here.

The True/False Film Festival

is coming to Columbia in March. This year's theme is Off the Trail. Featured documentaries will focus on "secret missions, treasure maps, personal geographies, and the virtue of being lost. Through our films, music, conversations, art, and design, come explore with us a variety of special, hidden, and sacred places, both real and constructed." For more on the festival, visit their website here.

Film Courses for Spring 2016

The list has been posted!


From "Race & Gender in the Films of Spike Lee" to "Food, Film, & Culture" to "Audio Engineering for the Screen," there's something for everyone.


To download the full list of spring course offerings, click here.

Brian Maurer,  coordinator for MU's film production

sequence, is set to release his fourth feature-length film this year. Read more about Maurer, his projects, and his role in the Film Studies program here.


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