Production is in full swing on Chapman Filmed Entertainment‘s (CFE) next feature, Staticwritten by CD Carpenter and directed by Chapman alumna Miriam Anwari (MFA/FP ’17). The film focuses on Adrian, a young female radio host whose interview for her college radio station goes viral when she uncovers the dark secret of an up and coming musician. Production began on July 16, with the largest set ever built at Chapman being constructed on the school’s biggest sound stage, the 5,000 square-foot Hirsch Sound Stage B.

“We’re halfway through filming and this production is firing on all cylinders,” says Travis Knox (’93), Static producer and vice president of production and development for CFE. “The crew (and cast) are doing a terrific job working together and I can’t wait to share it with the Chapman community.”

Additional alumni on the crew include director of photography Nick Ramsey (MFA/FP ’16),  production designer Marc De Bertier (BFA/FP ’18), and editor Greg Thompson (’85).

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Static, the new feature from Chapman Filmed Entertainment

A partnership between Dodge College of Film and Media Arts and private investors, CFE is designed to give Chapman students and alumni a leg up in the industry by providing the opportunity to work on feature films.

The company’s first feature, The Barber, is available for download on Amazon and iTunes.