Maverick Moore

Maverick Moore
Senior 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 that specializes in creating, writing, directing, and editing narrative short films.

Collectively, his recent narrative short films - Shotgun and My Dinner with Werner - have won over 30 awards (including jury and audience awards for “Best Picture”) and have been recognized by over 100 film festivals worldwide, including several Oscar-qualifying festivals such as the Palm Springs International Shortfest, the HollyShorts Film Festival, the Austin Film Festival, and the Nashville Film Festival, where Shotgun screened together with master filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard’s recent film Goodbye to Language.

In addition to making films, Maverick has also served as a panelist, reviewer, and awards jury member for a variety of national film festivals. Currently, he is also the short film programmer for Deep in the Heart Film Festival in Waco, Texas.