Alumnus Jason Wise’s latest film SOMM gets a great, honest review from the LA Times film critics.
To help usher in their new lives as college graduates, the students of Dodge College adorn their graduation caps (“mortarboards”) to show off their flair and style.
< ?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes"?> As the winter starts to ease up in Southern California, dozens of Dodge College students, alumni, staff, and faculty head to the icy peaks of Park City, Utah, to celebrate the love of filmmaking together in this year’s Sundance Film Festival. Read on to learn more about our expanded travel course
< ?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes"?> Dodge College student Lillian Wojcik, who is currently enrolled as a senior majoring in Public Relations, is working on an exciting film project in collaboration with a large group of recent Dodge College alums. One of the huge advantages of our unique setup as a media arts school, that is, encompassing
< ?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes"?> A huge round of applause is in order for Caylee So, a recent alumna from the 2012 Graduate MFA Film Production program, (directing emphasis), who was just named one of the best student directors in America from the Director’s Guild of America. Read on to see Caylee’s acceptance speech, and for
The Wall Street Journal engages filmmaker Jason Wise on the challenges associated with getting his feature documentary, SOMM, off the ground and into the opening slot of the Napa Valley Film Festival.
The mobile platformer graduated from the Digital Arts department, catching the attention of local press with its endearing graphics, creative gameplay, and nearly-funded Kickstarter campaign.
As part of a recent piece in the Wall Street Journal, collecting some of the more exciting film festivals taking place in New York this season, our own Television/Broadcast Journalism grad, Brendan Nahmias, and his film, “Humble the Poet,” are cited as major draws for the festival.
Recently, the class of 2013 gathered in Los Angeles for “College to Career Night,” an annual networking event for young professionals. Click past the break to see photos and learn more about the event!
You may remember the fantastic success enjoyed by a team of Digital Arts students last Spring, when their videogame Axle won a trophy for Chapman at a major independent gaming event here on campus. After being nominated for a Cecil Award, then graduating, the alumni have been hard at work preparing the game for release,