The Reynolds College of Arts and Letters is proud to announce awards received by our talented students in broadcasting and other forms of electronically mediated communication at the 2023 BEA Festival of Media Arts. This year, the festival had over 300 student winners representing over 80 different schools. Missouri State University students brought home ten awards, … [Read more...] about Students excel at international academic media festival
If you are a fan of Oscar Wilde's novel, The Picture of Dorian Gray, then you have to check out the stage play, In Vain. Written collaboratively by Cristina Pippa (screenwriter, playwright, and Director of the MFA in Dramatic Writing in the MJF) and Sharon Kenny (Broadway composer), the stage play is a clever retelling of the classic story that addresses themes of vanity, … [Read more...] about In Vain: A Musical World Premiere
Solar Opposites - BEA Graduate Screenwriting - Award of Excellence Matt Neff is a second year graduate student in the Media, Journalism, and Film (MJF) Department’s MFA in Dramatic Writing program. He is set to graduate in May of 2024. Matt describes his inspiration for his favorite project, Solar Opposites, as a “spec episode for the series in which the main characters host a … [Read more...] about Showcase: BEA Graduate Winners!
Dr. Andrew Cline has served as a professor in Missouri State University's Department of Media, Journalism, and Film, where he has taught a variety of courses ranging from journalism in both print and internet mediums to documentary film production and media convergence. Throughout his tenure at MSU, Dr. Cline has been a catalyst for change, inspiring students and shaping the … [Read more...] about Legacy: Dr. Andrew Cline
Jocelyn Millana, an assistant professor in the Media, Journalism and Film Department at Missouri State recently returned from a Red Carpet Premiere of Jacob, Broken by God – a film about a man finding God after his life spiraled out of control. Jocelyn, the film’s producer and director, describes the project as an “urban, faith-based film” and reveals that the film should be … [Read more...] about Walking the Red Carpet