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Chapman Alumni Make the List at BuzzFeed

May 26, 2017 by | Career

You may have heard of BuzzFeed from your friend’s Facebook post revealing which Disney princess she resembles, or 10 songs likely to make a dude cry — but you may not know that the company is more than personality quizzes and pop culture. BuzzFeed is a global news organization that serves up news and entertainment

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Facing Fear at Pitch Fest 2017: A Personal Account

May 5, 2017 by Erica Nusgart | Uncategorized

Before registering for the “Development Process for Film and TV Class,” I assumed it would follow the structure of our previous coursework. Write, edit, rinse and repeat. For me, typically, the hardest part would stem and be rooted in, constructive criticism. Though criticism continues to be a personal challenge, I’ve adapted to learning how to

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Akin Ceylan offers up Career Advice

December 15, 2014 by | Events

Earlier this week, I had the great fortune to attend the keynote address of Chapman University’s Student Research Day. The speaker was Akin C. Ceylan, COO Home Entertainment, Lionsgate Entertainment, and Chapman University alumnus, Class of 1990. It was a great speech and I wanted to share some of the career advice Ceylan offered our

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Join us for a DIY Filmmaking & Building a Career Workshop From Slamdance

September 15, 2014 by | Events

Join us in the Folino Theater on September 25, 7:00pm – 9:00pm, when the Slamdance Film Festival will present a practical, no-nonsense workshop that will help you showcase your work at film festivals, gain recognition, and build a career. The presentation will be by Slamdance’s president / Co-founder Peter Baxter Slamdance (the alternative festival to

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Excellence in Journalism Day Connects Students To Professionals

September 10, 2014 by | Academics

This past Saturday, September 6, was the first ever Orange County Excellence in Journalism Day, held right here at Chapman University. The event, coordinated in part by Professor Peter Weitzner, was meant to help excite the journalistic world. “We really wanted to show that journalism, in all formats and genres, is still thriving across the