Chapman Showcase is an annual event where Dodge College travels to various cities to screen selected student films and engage with prospective students.

Guests enjoy access to admission representatives; networking with attending student filmmakers; and connecting with alumni, current students and prospective students.

This year, we’re travelling to three different cities: 

Chicago, Illinois

New York, New York

Seattle, Washington

The following student films have been selected to screen at Chapman Showcase 2019: 

Director: Corentin Leroux (BFA/FP ’19)
Synopsis: Three brothers must learn to grow up in a world devoid of authority.

Director: Shelby Thompson (BFA/NWD ’19)
Synopsis: The comeback story of a young action sport athlete who seemingly lost everything after a freak accident turned him quadriplegic.

Director: Scarlett Turner (BFA/FP ‘19)
Producer: Marisa “Mo” Messina (BFA/CRPR ’19)
Cinematographer: Emily Tapanes (BFA/FP ’19)
Synopsis: Following the divorce of her parents, a young girl is sent to an all-girls summer camp for the first time where she comes to terms with her sexuality while trying to fit in with the girls of Cabin 5.

Created by: Sarah Heinz (BFA/ DA ’19) and Luke Snedecor (BFA/ DA ’19)
Synopsis: A boy’s plan to bake a birthday cake becomes disastrous when his scientist father’s latest experiment gets added to the mix.

Screenings will be followed by a Q&A with attending student filmmakers.

Admission to these events is complimentary with registration. To register, select one of the events below. 

If you have any questions, please contact us at or (714) 997-6996.