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Kate Plays Christine opened at the IFC Center in New York. Laura Poitras hosted the Q&A. Read recent interviews here [link] and here [d.


In the News

New Faculty

A Stray

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.

Kate Plays Christine opened at the IFC Center in New York. Laura Poitras hosted the Q&A. Read about it in The New York Times here. Further interviews can be found at RogerEbert.com, at Filmmaker Magazine, and at Slant Magazine.

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.


We are pleased to welcome Kamau Bilal to our Film Production sequence. Bilal is a professional film editor, documentary cinematographer, and film maker. This semester he is teaching Introduction to Cinematography and Principles of Post-Production.


Visit Bilal's personal website to learn more about his current projects.

Click to read the New York Times' review of A Stray,

a film edited by MU Film Studies' Kamau Bilal.



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