Brian Fuller, associate professor of communication arts and sciences
DeVos Communication Center 025D
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- AA – Montreat-Anderson College, 1983
- BA – University of North Carolina at Greensboro, speech communication, 1986
- MFA – University of North Carolina at Greensboro, drama (film and video production), 1992
documentary and experimental filmmaking; audio production and post-production; multi-camera studio production; holistic pedagogy in media production; liturgical multi-media technology
"Practicing Worship Media Beyond PowerPoint," Understanding Evangelical Media, eds. Quentin J. Schultze and Robert H. Woods, Jr. (Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 2008): 99-110.
(Producer, Director, Editor, Writer). The Hope of the Quechua. The documentary chronicles community development initiatives in indigenous villages of Ecuador's Andes. Commissioned by The Muller Charitable Fund for the Christian World Relief Committee. Premiered in November 2006. Winner of three silver Davey Awards and two bronze Telly Awards, The Hope of the Quechua has been broadcast on Michigan Public Television; screened at the Arpa International Film Festival (Hollywood, CA), COMMFFEST Global Community Festival (Toronto, ON), and at The University Film and Video Association (Colorado Springs, CO). It was designated "Top Documentary Short" by the Central States Communication Association and a semi-finalist for InverVarsity's Bosscher-Hammond Prize.
(Producer, Director, Editor, Writer). Future Worship 1.0. This documentary chronicles the use of multi-media technology in seven small churches. Commissioned by the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship. 2004.
(Co-Director, Editor). Falloff. The Emmy Award-winning experimental dance video employs projected images of New Orleans’ antique neon. 1991.
Quechuan film enjoys Hollywood moment, Calvin News and Stories
Download Brian Fuller's professional curriculum vitae.