Students should enter the world as politically and intellectually responsible human beings. The duty of the teacher does not end at classroom instruction. In fact, this duty should extend into critically challenging a students personal ideology. The classroom should allow students to engage with difficult material, discuss controversial topics, and attempt to better understand their own ideology.
locationSpivey Arts Building - room H-205
Matthew Herbertz is an award-winning filmmaker/teacher from Indianapolis, IN. He received his undergraduate degree in TV/Film from DeSales University and went on to receive his MFA in Film and Video Production at Ohio University.
Matthew has written and directed narrative, documentary, and experimental short films that have screened at festivals nationally and internationally. In addition to his work as an independent filmmaker, Matthew has worked as a cinematographer, assistant director, producer, and gaffer on a number of short and feature films - films of which are under review at festivals across the world.
As a filmmaker and teacher, Matthew's goal is to challenge social, political, and ideological norms.
MFA, Film and Video Production, Ohio University, 2016
BA, TV/Film, Cum Laude, DeSales University, 2013