Maverick Moore

Maverick Moore
Lecturer, Film & Digital Media
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M.A., Communication, Baylor University, 2014

B.S., Telecommunication and Media Studies, Texas A&M University, 2011



Maverick Moore is an award-winning filmmaker from Texas. Beginning as a skateboarding videographer, Maverick is now a writer, director, and editor for narrative films.

His previous film, SHOTGUN, has won 18 awards (including several jury and audience awards for Best Picture), and has screened at over 60 film festivals worldwide (five of which were Oscar-qualifying competitions), including the Palm Springs International ShortFest and the Nashville Film Festival, where SHOTGUN screened together with master filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard’s recent film, GOODBYE TO LANGUAGE.

His most recent film, MY DINNER WITH WERNER, is currently on the film festival circuit and has screened at Oscar-qualifying festivals such as HollyShorts Film Festival and the Austin Film Festival and won the award for Best Comedy Short at FilmQuest Film Festival. 

Maverick is currently based in Waco, Texas, with his wife, Marla, and dog, Hugo, where he serves as a lecturer for the Department of Film & Digital Media at Baylor University and as the short film programmer for Deep in the Heart Film Festival.