Morehouse College's Cinema, Television and Emerging Media Studies (CTEMS) program has once again received well-deserved recognition for its excellence in film education. The program has been listed in The Wrap magazine's prestigious 2023 ranking of the top 50 college film programs in the United States. This accomplishment is a testament to CTEM's commitment to nurturing talented filmmakers and storytellers.
This recent accolade adds to the program's impressive track record. In 2019, Variety, a leading entertainment industry publication, recognized Morehouse's CTEMS as one of the best film programs in the country. Such consistent recognition underscores the program's dedication to providing an outstanding education in cinema and related media studies.
2023 marks a significant milestone for Morehouse's CTEMS program as it celebrates its tenth anniversary. Over the past decade, the program has grown and evolved, fostering a rich learning environment for aspiring filmmakers and media enthusiasts. This accomplishment is a testament to the program's commitment to academic excellence and the development of creative, critical, and culturally aware media professionals.
The program's distinguished faculty plays a pivotal role in its success. Notably, Dr. Stephane Dunn and Assistant Professor Avery O. Williams, two of the program's co-founders, have been instrumental in shaping the curriculum and fostering an environment where students can explore the intricacies of cinema, television, and emerging media. Their expertise, dedication, and mentorship have helped position Morehouse's CTEMS program among the best in the nation.
Additionally, the program is enriched by the presence of visiting distinguished professor Kevin Hooks, an accomplished director, visual artist, and actor. Professor Hooks brings a wealth of industry knowledge and experience to the program, enhancing the student's understanding of the creative and practical aspects of the film and media industry.
Morehouse's Cinema, Television and Emerging Media Studies program continues to be a beacon of excellence in film education, offering students a comprehensive and innovative learning experience. With the recognition from The Wrap magazine, Variety, and many more, it is clear that the program's commitment to nurturing talent and fostering creativity in the world of cinema remains as strong as ever. As the program enters its tenth year, it is poised to inspire and empower the next generation of storytellers and media professionals.