It was a great weekend for the Narrative TV program as one of its student pilots, “Called To Serve”, won Best Drama honors at the prestigious 2013 International TV and Film Festival! The Festival is “the premiere festival for independently produced TV pilots, web series and multimedia content: Technologically savvy and forward thinking, ITVFest prides
I had an opportunity earlier this week to present some information to the incoming class of graduate (and undergrad Television & Broadcast Journalism) students, and to share my experiences with them. One of the true perks of going to film school is it’s your job to watch a lot of TV. I spent Thursday evening
Last Tuesday night the Prime Time TV Club was treated to a big helping of reality…
Chapman Alumna Jillian Arnold, professor of Cinematography, describes the process of filming in space, which she recently had the opportunity to do as a cinematographer for NASA.
Okay, in our last discussion (Building a Career, Part 1), we talked about the first two steps of building a career after you graduate: landing that all-important first job (whichever one you’re offered) and then working as hard as you can at it – with a smile. Today we’re going to go from Step One
Building a career is a step-by-step process, so here’s Professor Brown’s advice on how to get there, a little bit at a time. Part 1 of 3.
It’s only the end of the first week of Spring Semester, but Chapman TV students are already off to a great start.
Tuesday night Bethany Rooney, one of the busiest directors in television, shared the story of how she started out as a secretary and worked her way up to become the director of nearly 200 episodes of one-hour television. She went to college in Ohio, but someone a year or two ahead of her had landed
It was just another day at the office for Anne Portwood (TBJ ’11)…
It was a packed house as the Prime Time TV Club got the inside story on what it was like on the set of LOST from actress Mira Furlan, who played Rousseau on the acclaimed hit series. Furlan, who grew up and learned her craft in the former Yugoslavia, is a household name in her