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Mark Miller: The Master of Horror’s Right Hand Man

July 24, 2015 by | Beyond Dodge

Mark Miller (BFA/Film Production ’06) has an awesome job. So awesome, in fact, that I don’t think it’s fair to say that it is a job. It’s more like “fun.” Mark Miller gets paid to have fun. Miller is the Vice President of Seraphim Inc., better known to horror fans as the production company of

Alum Rebecca Kirsch Talks About Writing For TV

July 21, 2015 by Brian Hamiliton | Beyond Dodge

When alumnus Rebecca Kirsch (BA/ Film and Television ’05) came to campus a few weeks ago to talk with students in Jim Macak’s Seminar in TV Writing class, I was reminded of an article Matthew Weiner (Mad Men) wrote about artists who ‘hide their brushstrokes.’ “It’s easy to look at a finished product and be

Film Aims To Educate on California Drought

July 14, 2015 by Sam Furie | Beyond Dodge

EDITOR’S NOTE: Sam Furie (BFA/Creative Producing ’16) is a passionate individual. When he first emailed us about his film, we could tell this was a subject that was near to his heart. He, and a group of other Chapman students, are making a documentary about the California Drought, one of the worst droughts in history.

Alum Looks to The Shadows to Uncover Hidden World

July 10, 2015 by | Beyond Dodge

Every student walks away from Dodge College with, not only the technical skills to pursue the careers they want, but with unspoken, more personal feelings. “Dodge College instilled in me a sense of unbridled optimism, matched with what felt like limitless opportunity to create,” said Andrew M. Davis (BFA/Film Production ’07). “Since graduating, one of

Dodge Entrepreneurs Leading The Way

April 20, 2015 by | Beyond Dodge

The alumni and current students of Dodge College are quite the innovative group. Time and time again, they have proven that they are not strangers to the entrepreneurial spirit. Many have went on to create their own companies, filling in a niche that others had not thought of before. From production companies to apps, these

New Orleans Quickly Becoming Hollywood South

March 19, 2015 by | Beyond Dodge

Movies don’t all get made in Hollywood. In fact, there are many areas of the country that set up their own little versions of Tinsel Town. For example, New Orleans is quickly becoming known as “Hollywood South,” with many productions setting up shop down there. And Dodge Alumni Zoey Gordon (BFA/Film Production ’10) and Eileen

On Second Thought Helps Recall Regretful Texts

January 9, 2015 by | Alumni

We’ve all send a text or two that we regret. Even now, as I am writing this, I can think of a handful that make me question why I am allowed access to my phone during certain parts of my life. Wouldn’t it be great if there was some way we could recall those messages

Dodge Alumni Take A Stand Against Landmines with New Film

November 24, 2014 by | Beyond Dodge

What if you were stranded with someone you didn’t necessarily get along with, and had to work together in order to survive? What if, on top of that, you added in the threat of landmines hidden beneath the ground, threatening your every move? Director Cosmos Kiindarius (BFA/Film Production ’03) brings this story to life in