MU documentary journalism software will make record of ideal film universities

The Murray Center for Documentary Journalism at the University of Missouri was ranked between the most effective movie universities in the United States in an short article this week by MovieMaker Journal

The piece, “Most effective Movie Schools in the U.S. & Canada 2021” by Greg Gilman, divided educational institutions by region. MU designed the U.S. Midwest and Southwest roster, along with Columbia Faculty Chicago, DePaul College, University of Michigan, University of Texas and University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee.

Honored for “exceptional documentary coaching,” the Murray Center was praised for the existence of filmmaker-in-main Robert Greene — a True/False Film Fest fixture as the director of “Bisbee ’17,” “Kate Performs Christine” and extra — and its director, journalist Stacey Woelfel.

Stacey Woelfel

“The two provide a prosperity of expertise to guideline students by a really complete 40-credit rating application discovering theory, ethics and analysis solutions, alongside with the output capabilities expected to convey stranger-than-fiction tales to life by way of lengthy-form documentary storytelling,” Gilman wrote.

The write-up also shines a spotlight on the Murray Center’s viewing artist application, which provides students in get hold of with modern filmmakers, and its Process M Movies production arm.