News and Events
Olivia Hernandez (’14) finished her Directors Guild of America (DGA) training in January.
Camille Tucker wrote the screenplay for the film The Clark Sisters: First Ladies of Gospel.
McCarty ('96) shares about his journey working in the film industry and his most recent project.
Director and writer Calen Coates (’18) overcame difficulties while shooting the film to eventually secure it a spot on Amazon Prime Video.
In response to COVID-19, film professors adapted to make a film education accessible for students remotely.
Andrés Aragón (’19) is one of five nominees recognized for the American Society of Cinematography 2020 Student Heritage Award.
Recent Cinema & Media Arts graduate uses her knowledge gained in the classroom to develop her VR career.
Ulrich ('12) produced the film with his wife, alumna Julianna Ulrich.
Cinema and Media Arts alumnus Ethan Morse (‘12) spent three years filming the Army’s oldest active regiment.
The list highlights the school’s new dean, Tom Halleen, and internship opportunities.
The School of Cinema and Media Arts graduate ('05) finishes a three-year journey with the premiere of “Howard”.
The School of Cinema and Media Arts graduate ('07) launched his company, Public House Films, to find a new way forward in film financing.
Anna Matz (’19) awarded $50,000 to produce her film and will be mentored by industry professionals.
Biola University’s School of Cinema and Media Arts offered a new dual enrollment course for students at Sekolah Pelita Harapan in Jakarta.
Tom Halleen's departure from AMC attracts industry attention.
Tom Halleen has opened a new chapter in his career at Biola University.
“Blood on Her Name” resembles a modern-day film noir with a strong sense of morality.
Popular weekend course helps prepare students to land and keep their first Hollywood job.
With nearly 30 years of experience as a programming executive, Tom Halleen brings initiative, strategy, and ingenuity to Biola's School of Cinema and Media Arts.
Scott Derrickson, CMA alumnus and director of Marvel's "Doctor Strange", set to direct the sequel of beloved fantasy film "Labyrinth".
CMA alumnus and Academy Award nominee Rob Bredow is recognized for shaping the film industry with artificial intelligence and advanced technology.
Professor and film producer Abel Vang's thriller "Viscous" was picked up for distribution and will release in U.S. theaters this December.
The film follows an undercover cop who gets mixed up in a dangerous crime syndicate and wakes up to discover he is missing his partner, his wife and three days of his life. Thirty-nine Biola alumni worked on the film.
Professor Camille Tucker was named to the Blackmagic Collective for its inaugural “Future Women of TV” initiative.
- Biola Feature Film Airs on PBS Guam in Partnership with the Guam International Film Festival’s Select Showcase
Professor Dean Yamada’s feature film, “Anjing (The Dogs),” airs on May 22, 2020.
Professor Camille Tucker co-wrote Lifetime movie, “The Clark Sisters: The First Ladies of Gospel” that premiered April 11.
Learn more about the winners and finalists of our 2019-2020 screenwriting contest.
Biola University students Grace Lindblad and Forrest Clark are finalists in the nationwide “Coca-Cola Refreshing Films” Competition.
Biola included in Variety’s Entertainment Education Report for third year in a row.
Tucker's acclaimed new film The Clark Sisters: First Ladies of Gospel was produced by Queen Latifah, Mary J. Blige and Missy Elliott.
Biola included in Variety’s Entertainment Education Report for second year in a row.
Biola selected for list for scoring "high marks in both showbiz and academic circles."
Biola University has given the green light to its newest school — the School of Cinema and Media Arts.
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