Film Resources Across Campus

Student organizations enrich the Film at Mason experience.

Black Filmmakers Association
The Black Filmmakers Association

Getting involved on campus builds relationships with students across Mason. Below are various organizations that many of are students join.


Storyline is a collaborative publication between Student Media and Film at Mason. They aim to not only create the first publishing outlet for screenwriters at Mason but also present screenwriting as a form of literature for the Mason community to enjoy. Storyline seeks to shine a spotlight on exemplary student work that demonstrates the power of storytelling. Their vision is to build community amongst Mason screenwriters and share the multitude of perspectives that makes Mason unique.

For more information, visit Storyline's website.

Black Filmmakers Association

The Black Filmmakers Association's (BFMA) mission is to carve a safe space for black students of the cinematic arts to connect, collaborate, & create with one another while making room for everyone to learn about the history and culture behind black films.

Members get an in-depth filmmaking experience while adding to the ever-growing world of black cinema along with the ability to work with other filmmakers that share similar social and cultural experience.

For more information visit The Black Filmmakers Association on Mason 360.

Delta Kappa Alpha

Delta Kappa Alpha welcomes those who are cinematic artists of character; who are students dedicated to professional development as well as personal growth. The mission of Delta Kappa Alpha is to foster lifelong character, collaborative and creative storytelling, ethical and productive business practices, philanthropic action, and fraternal bonds by and between students of the cinematic arts.

For more information, visit Delta Kappa Alpha on Mason 360.

You can also check out the Society's national website.

Student Media

Student Media is dedicated to providing hands-on, experiential learning opportunities for students who aspire to a career in media production or journalism, as well as those who simply wish to pursue a creative passion or hobby. Our student-run media groups are the voice of Mason’s student body and provide the university community with essential public forums (print, online, radio, and TV) that document campus life, explore new ideas, showcase creativity, and foster scholarship.

Whether you become a student editor, submit your original work for publication, or just read/watch/listen as an audience member, Student Media has something for everyone!

For more information, visit Student Media's website.

Mason Cable Network

Mason Cable Network is George Mason’s student operated television station. Geared towards George Mason students, MCN produces live and pre-recorded shows, broadcasts live sports, and airs student created projects. MCN has been providing students with entertainment, sports, and news for over 10 years.

For more information, visit Mason Cable Network's website.

Fourth Estate

Fourth Estate is George Mason University’s official student-run news outlet

The publication was formed in fall 2013 in collaboration with the student newspaper, Broadside, and a student-run news website, Connect2Mason.

Their mission is to inform Mason students, faculty, alumni and interested observers about what’s happening on campus and in the community. 

For more information, visit Fourth Estate's website.


GMU-TV is a professional, full-service video production facility that specializes in creating educational content, research and scholarship communications, and marketing and outreach videos to support the academic and administrative departments of George Mason University.

For more information, visit GMU-TV's website.

Visiting Filmmaker Mahrya MacIntire and students from Delta Kappa Alpha, the cinematic fraternity on campus.