Adjunct Professor, Communication Studies Department
Award-winning TV director & documentary filmmaker, Craig Forrest, has
traveled to 147 countries and 6 continents for such clients as CBS, ABC,
Discovery Channel, A&E, Animal Planet, PBS, Fox Sports, Travel Channel,
HBO, Billy Graham, World Vision, Samaritan's Purse, Far East Broadcasting
and many others.
He has covered subjects as diverse as voodoo, Santeria, tribal warfare,
sex trafficking, Islamic terrorism, famine, poverty, demonic possession and
the supernatural. Over 200 overseas assignments have flung him into hot
spots such as Iraq, Cuba, Burundi, the Congo, El Salvador, Palestine,
Cambodia, Vietnam, Uganda, Haiti, Burma, Zimbabwe, Morocco, Chad, Bosnia
& Kosovo. He has produced stories on-location in 107 countries.
Passionate about inspiring a young generation to harness the power of media
production to further the Gospel, Craig has become a frequent speaker at TV
& media conferences throughout Europe, Africa, Asia & Latin America.
- D.F.A., Redemptive Filmmaking, Kingdom Seminary
- M.A., Film Studies, Chapman University
- B.Sc., Bible/Theology + Ministry, Bethany University
- Commando Tactics for Digital Filmmakers (Windsock Press)
- Tácticas de Comando para Filmación Digital (Windsock Press)
- The Influence of Alexander Mackendrick (VDM Verlag)
- Night Train to Cairo: A Filmmaker’s Journey Across the Globe (In progress)
- COM 412 - Writing for Broadcast Media
- COM 499 - Survey of American Cinema