Robert Greene Filmmaker-In-Chief, Murray Center for Documentary Journalism Assistant Professor of Convergence Journalism Office Location: 243 Walter Williams Hall Robert Greene serves as the filmmaker-in-chief at the Murray Center for Documentary Journalism at the Missouri School of Journalism. His critically-acclaimed films include Kate Plays Christine (2016), the Gotham Awards-nominated Actress (2014), Fake It So Real (2011) and Kati With An I (2010). The Independent named Greene one of the 10 Filmmakers to Watch in 2014, and he received the 2014 Vanguard Artist Award from the San Francisco DocFest. Greene has edited over a dozen features, including Queen of Earth (2015) and Listen Up Philip (2014) by Alex Ross Perry, Approaching the Elephant (2014) by Amanda Rose Wilder and Christmas, Again (2015) by Charles Poekel. Greene writes about documentary for outlets such as Sight & Sound and Filmmaker Magazine and programs an annual cinematic nonfiction competition at the Little Rock Film Festival. His first book, Present Tense: Notes On American Nonfiction Cinema 1998-2013, will be published in summer 2015. His feature film Kate Plays Christine was accepted to the 2016 Sundance Festival and won the U.S. Documentary Special Jury Award for Writing. Recent Courses: Films About Filmmaking Documentary Theory and Development Documentary Film Editing for Documentaries


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