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,
TV Professor Ross Brown interviews a recent grad, Katie Chilson, who majored in Television and Broadcast Journalism, who now works for ABC.
Congratulations to alumnus Joseph Ruggieri (MFA ’04) and his production company, Red Love Film, whose newest feature film, Joy, is now released through Amazon.com and other retailers like Best Buy and Barnes & Noble. Joseph wrote to us recently, sharing the success his film is achieving. Read on!
Chapman Alumna Jillian Arnold, professor of Cinematography, describes the process of filming in space, which she recently had the opportunity to do as a cinematographer for NASA.
< ?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes"?> Tuesday September 18 th marks the cable release of Dodge College alumnus Rob Margolies ’ (BFA/FTV’05) romantic comedy, She Wants Me (2012). Last week, we celebrated this milestone by arranging a free screening followed by a question and answer session with Margolies , and fellow alumnus/producer Jeremy Schott (BFA/Film Prod. ’08)
A pair of Chapman Alums are returning to the crowdfunding space for the production of their most recent film “Mzungu,” a low-budget thriller set in Africa. Their Kickstarter campaign is currently seeking backers, and most recently landed a huge spot in IndieWire’s “Project of the Day.”
The Toronto Film Festival may be starting in Canada this week, but a more important festival for short films is happening here in LA., the L.A. Shorts Festival! Many of our student films will be playing this year. Read on for more info!