For the third year in a row, The Hollywood Reporter has named Dodge College of Film and Media Arts #4 in their annual Best Film Schools in the U.S. issue. We’re so proud!
LAWRENCE SHER Oct. 9 | 7 p.m. | DMAC Screening Room A-list cinematographer Sher (Joker, The Hangover) is the force behind ShotDeck. The Oscar nominee is now working on Joker: Folie à Deux. NATASHA LYONNE Oct. 10-11 | Distinguished Visiting Artist The star of such acclaimed shows as Orange Is the New Black, Russian Doll and Poker Face will spend two
The Hollywood Reporter’s Scott Feinberg’s recaps his December Dodge College conversation with the Oscar- and Grammy-winning sibling singer/songwriters. During that chat in the Folino Theater, the duo took questions about their path to music, why they love writing songs for movies and how their latest song, “What Was I Made For?,” came to be.
At The Hollywood Reporter’s Women in Entertainment breakfast on Dec. 7, three incoming Chapman students were presented with fully supported scholarships thanks to the contributions of The Chuck Lorre Family Foundation; The National Association of Theatre Owners of California/Nevada; and CAA’s Bryan Lourd and his daughter, Billie Lourd, in honor of Carrie Fisher.