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Film Festival Corner Update 5/17/19

May 17, 2019 by | Festival Report

Alex Greenlee (BFA/FP ’20) – DEAD WALL Russian International Horror Film Festival – Semi-Finalists for Best Horror Short. They were the only US film to win an award. Amanda Renee Knox (MFA/FP ‘17) – NIGHT CALL Will air again on PBS nationally as part of Film School Shorts out of San Francisco. They will be

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Why are “Birth of a Nation” Posters on Display at Marion Knott Studios?

April 18, 2019 by Dodge College Administration | News

From the editor: Dodge College acknowledges the experience of our students. We add the following to the continued discussion of the Birth of a Nation posters presently on display in Marion Knott Studios. A Gift from Cecilia DeMille Presley The two Birth of a Nation posters hanging in the first-floor hallway of Marion Knott Studios are part

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Alumni Shoot Horror-Comedy Feature About Mental Illness Skye Braband (BFA/FP '18) and Sarah de Leon (BFA/FP '18) Start Seed and Spark to Finish Project

April 11, 2019 by | Alumni

It all started with a man and his big mouth. Skye Braband, a recent graduate of Dodge College’s Television Writing and Production program, is an un-apologetically loud storyteller with plenty to say. In 2017, Skye finished a draft of Chompy & The Girls: a horror-comedy feature film about a depressed woman who reaches out to

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Film Festival Corner Update 4/10/19

April 10, 2019 by | Festival Report

The success of our students on the Festival Circuit never slows down! Remember, if your film has been selected for a film festival or you win an award please e-mail festivalsubmissions@chapman.edu and let us know! This way we can highlight you on our next Festival Corner update! Without further ado, here are this month’s updates!

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Community Voices: America’s Stories Documentary Screening May 2, 2019 at 7 p.m.

April 5, 2019 by Sally Rubin | Events

COMMUNITY VOICES: AMERICA’S STORIES Documentary Screening—May, 2, 2019, 7 p.m., Folino Theater COMMUNITY VOICES: AMERICA’S STORIES is a social issue documentary film program at Chapman University. Each year, groups of students spend two semesters creating a short documentary about today’s most relevant, national social issues. This year, the theme was AMERICAN IDENTITY. We are thrilled

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Janice Chua, Bonnie Curtis, Lori McCreary and Vanessa Morrison Headline Chapman University’s 20th Women in Focus Conference Cheryl Boone Isaacs to Moderate This Year’s Event

March 21, 2019 by Dodge College Staff | Press Releases

Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts will explore the purpose, passion, and perspective of influential women in the entertainment industry at its milestone 20th Women in Focus Conference. Taking place on Friday, March 29, Chapman’s signature Women in Focus Conference will feature an alluring panel of acclaimed female producers and executives who

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