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Film & Design Production

Long Story Short, Chapman Duo Creates YouTube Success

March 24, 2014 by | Alumni

A duo that describes themselves as “not funny at all” and say if they wrote a comedy for YouTube it would die, is, in itself, a funny statement looking at the success of Chapman duo Almog Avidan Antonir (BFA/Film Prod.’13) and Tom Assam-Miller’s (BFA/Screen Acting’14) latest web series Long Story Short. Citing dry humor and

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Digital Techniques Interterm Classes

February 5, 2014 by | Film & Design Production

While many of our classes presented during Interterm boast an opportunity to study a subject away from campus, there are numerous courses taken by students wishing to gain some technical experience that aren’t as flashy as our international travel courses.  Yet, the unique combination of small class sizes, longer class periods, and focused study entice

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Save the Date: First Cut New York 2014

January 31, 2014 by | Screenings

If you’re on the east coast this March, make sure to stop by New York city! The annual east-of-the-Mississippi screening of our First Cut showcase is taking place March 29, in NYC, at the Directors Guild of America Theatre. Alumni are encouraged to come out to support their fellow classmates, and prospective students will get

"On Location" with Sharp Left Turn

Photo: On Location With “Sharp Left Turn”

January 30, 2014 by | Film & Design Production

Love this photo by Dodge College student Rachel Conrad, taken “on the set” of the Interterm project “Sharp Left Turn.” Of course, this is for the class Location Filmmaking.  So the “set” is really just… the world. Thanks to Rachel, and to Audrey Knox for the hat tip. Remember to tag us with #dodgecollege or

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A Slice of Life in Action Films: Learning Safe Swordplay in “Essentials of Stunts and Special Effects”

January 29, 2014 by | Film & Design Production

Students participating in the Interterm course “Essentials of Stunts and Special Effects” got an exhilarating treat last week! After an intensive month of near-daily meetings, lectures, demonstrations, and projects, the students in Professor Andy Lane’s Stunt class were given the chance to experience a Dodge College first: actual (sharp!) sword fighting, right in the Cinematography