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Enroll Now in Sessions Offered Summer 2018

May 11, 2018 by | Academics

Listed below are the courses available to students for the 2018 summer sessions. Please email the professors for specifics on each course.   The Stories Public Records Tell – Session 1 – Broadcast Journalism – Professor Robbi Peele Consumer Investigations – Session 3 – Broadcast Journalism – Professor Robbi Peele Digital Sculpting in Zbrush – Session 1

Graduation 2018 – What You Need to Know

April 6, 2018 by | Academics

Graduating Class of 2018! The Chapman Commencement weekend will be one you’ll remember for years to come. We’re excited to have all Chapman graduating students together on Wilson Field at Closing Convocation on Friday, May 18 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Join the Chapman family afterwards at Aitken Arts Plaza in front of Musco

Graduate Student Hansjeet Duggal Uses VR/AR to Preserve History FREIHEIT Screens at International Forum Stereopsia

February 14, 2018 by Dodge College Staff | Academics

Hansjeet Duggal (MFA.FP) left emphatic mark in Brussels, Belgium this past winter. His VR project Freiheit was selected as one of ten participants out of over 100 shortlisted contenders across the world at Stereopsia an international forum dedicated to all artistic, technological, content, and business facets of 3D immersion. Freiheit, which literally means freedom in German, is a thematic journey

Immerse yourself in the future with our new Minor In VR and AR

February 1, 2018 by Dodge College Staff | Academics

As the media continues to buzz about the commercial and artistic opportunities made possible by new virtual and augmented reality technologies, students are looking for ways to get a head start in this emerging field. By adding a minor in Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality (VR and AR) available in fall 2018, students can explore

Upcoming Documentary Explores Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity

April 4, 2017 by | Academics

As the culmination of four years of studying documentary filmmaking here at Dodge College, Joseph Fischground (BFA/News & Broadcast Journalism and Documentary ’17) has embarked upon his most ambitious project yet for his thesis film. This past interterm, the pursuit took him deep into Appalachia with crew member, Safi Nazzal (BFA/Film Production, ’19), to explore a medical mystery. Their film will

Frank Oz Talks About His Career, His Style, and Death at a Funeral

March 21, 2017 by | Academics

Working at Dodge College has afforded me some wonderful opportunities to meet some of the greatest people involved in the world of entertainment. But none of them compared to when legendary filmmaker and puppeteer, Frank Oz, visited a few weeks ago. Oz visited James Dutcher’s Film Script Analysis class to discuss his film Death at

Dodge Cast Episode 2 – Screenwriting

March 7, 2017 by | Academics

This week, we bring you Episode 2 of the Dodge Cast, where we look at the craft of screenwriting. We speak to James Dutcher and Barry Blaustein on what makes a good script, and look back at the history of screenwriting. We’d love for you to give it a listen, and give us your feedback.

Producing a Film School – Part 2

March 6, 2017 by Dodge College Staff | Academics

Last week, we looked at the initial steps of what it takes to create a film school. Now, we continue with part two of how Dodge College came to be. Big ideas Over the years, big ideas drove the vision for what became Dodge College. Some of those ideas came from Bassett’s experience as a

Producing a Film School – Part 1

February 27, 2017 by Dodge College Staff | Academics

Bob Bassett, founding Dean of Dodge College of Film and Media Arts, has often said that building a film school is like producing a film. It requires vision, leadership, a coherent narrative, careful pre-production and production, fund-raising and marketing. Or, as journalist Terence Loose once wrote in an interview with Bassett in Coast Magazine, “Creating