Dodge College has hundreds of incredibly successful alumni working in the professional world, but it’s always nice when certain outstanding folk are recognized at the national level, as happened in last week’s Emmy nominations. Click here to get the scoop on our renowned grads!
A recent article in the Washington Post highlights the work of provocative screenplay graduate Justin Simien, who has creatively used social media to create an exciting following for his screenplay — paving the road to production.
Dodge College’s student films are making tremendous strides on the indie festival circuit! “Shoot The Moon,” “Election Day,” “Among Giants,” “Incest! The Musical,” and “Palm County” are some of this season’s biggest successes.
Winner of the 2012 Distinguished Alumni Award, Chris Marrs Piliero (’01), director of several incredibly popular music videos, recently wrote the following post thanking Dodge College for the recognition, celebrating the community, and offering some advice for recent graduates.
Alumnus Nicholas Ozeki (’08) is getting some fantastic mileage from the short thesis film he produced during his final year at Dodge College, “Mamitas,” and his success is turning heads throughout the industry. The film is a coming of age story, set in East Los Angeles, revolving around a pair of friends and their misadventures
Dodge College alumni have scored a major distribution deal for The Babymakers, making headlines in indie news circles.
Just returned from an exciting few days in New York City for our annual First Cut screening at the Directors Guild of America Theater in Manhattan! As we did for our screening in the fall in Los Angeles, we screened our four top thesis films from last year as well as a clips reel highlighting
Film site SeeFlik has announced the winners of its fall 2011 film competition. Grads of Chapman University and Arizona State helmed the honored shorts. Chapman alum David Jibladze's drama "Beholden" was selected as Judges Choice by SeeFlik's panel, which included Michael London, Shane Black and Luis Guzman. Arizona State grad Ryan Steiner won the Fan's
Five film students from Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts, have won the grand prize for MOFILM Live’s first U.S. college competition for an ad they created for Campbell Soup, depicting a child feigning sickness to get a bowl of soup. The team beat 12 other competing schools schools, including teams from
Alert: 9 days left to fund this awesome looking Kickstarter campaign, raising money for a Dodge alumni-produced film. Check out the teaser intro they’ve created for the hilarious film at their Kickstarter campaign page. With 151 backers, and $23,000 pledged already, this is quite a serious undertaking that’s getting a lot of attention. So take