Alumni Burke Doeren (BFA/TBJ ’12) and Tyson Call (BFA/TBJ ’12) were DP’s on Netflix’s new show “Hyperdrive” that takes everyday people who are also experienced competitive drivers and puts them in an obstacle course in an industrial complex. Burke and Tyson worked on the slow motion of the cars, stunts, details inside the cars, and hero shots of the drivers and cars. They shot on two RED Weapon Dragon cameras and used Movi Pro gimbals for all the specialty cam shots. The car hero shots were done using a jib as well.
The Student Academy Awards have announced their finalists for 2019, which include two films produced by Dodge students. This year 1,615 films were submitted for consideration, but only 37 were named finalists, placing these films in the top two percent of submissions. In the past, four student films from Dodge College have won a Student
Register now: chapman.edu/firstcut Dodge College’s annual Leo Freedman Foundation First Cut Screening promotes a selection of top films from the previous year as determined by a panel of distinguished alumni and industry representatives. Please join us as we screen our 2019 selections on Thursday, October 17 at the Directors Guild of America in Los Angeles. Doors