Students in Taylor's Film and Media Production major have won three Marcom Awards; two for video production and one for website development.
Two Taylor freshmen screened films at the 2013 Heartland Film Festival in Indianapolis.
The faith-based film "Grace Unplugged" screened on Taylor's campus as the inaugural event of Taylor's Center for Faith, Film and Media.
Taylor's Film and Media Production majors now have access to RED Epic cameras.
Taylor University’s student newspaper, The Echo, and numerous student staff members have won several prestigious awards during the just-completed 2012-2013 academic year.
A promotional video produced by TU students for the Young Entrepreneurs Program of Grant County has won a Communicator Award of Excellence.
All four films from Asst. Professor John Bruner's Spring 2012 Narrative Filmmaking class were nominated for regional student Emmy Awards from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, Lower Great Lakes chapter.
Four films that will screen at the Envision Film Festival have won Gold Aurora Awards.
The Envision Film Festival will welcome three guests for the 2013 festival on February 28-March 2nd festival. Sitcom writer Jack Lugar, voice-over actor Cassie Baker and audio guru Clay Stahlka will teach workshops to current and prospective students.
Film and Media Production major Eric Nystrom ('12) and English department professor Daniel Bowman collaborated on a video illustrating one of Bowman's poems, and the video just won a Gold Aurora Award.