The Hollywood Reporter’s Scott Feinberg’s recaps his December Dodge College conversation with the Oscar- and Grammy-winning sibling singer/songwriters. During that chat in the Folino Theater, the duo took questions about their path to music, why they love writing songs for movies and how their latest song, “What Was I Made For?,” came to be.
In his Folino Theater conversation with Dean Stephen Galloway on Nov. 13, three-time Academy Award-winning director Oliver Stone brought a wealth of filmmaking wisdom, an honest outlook on his past and a cornucopia of blunt assertions regarding media propaganda, foreign politics and American history.
On Oct. 25, after a screening of his 2015 romantic-comedy “Trainwreck,” comedic filmmaker Judd Apatow had a chat with Professor Jill Condon on the stage of the Folino Theater in what was his second stint as a Dodge College Master Class guest. He previously spoke to the Chapman community via Zoom in 2021.
In director Chloé Zhao’s experience, crafting a film doesn’t always involve elaborately designed productions and nuanced planning. Sometimes, determining a take is as simple as seeing how someone responds to being filmed on an iPhone. Such was the case when she utilized non-professional actors in her Academy Award-winning film “Nomadland,” starring Frances McDormand.
On Oct. 9, Academy Award-nominated cinematographer Lawrence Sher (“Joker,” “The Hangover”), visited Dodge College for a screening of “Joker” and a post-film Q&A with students, moderated by Dodge lecturer Carolyn Giardina. Projecting scenes from “Joker” on screen from his laptop, Sher talked passionately about how he approaches cinematography and shared highlights of his journey from
Jeremy Thomas has achieved historic feats across the landscape of cinema over the last five decades. He’s contributed to cult classics such as “Sexy Beast” and “Crash” and is an Oscar winner for “The Last Emperor.” On Sept. 25, Thomas discussed his career during Dodge College’s first Master Class of the fall semester.
If you are a frequent attendee of the Dodge College Master Classes, you know that within the last two years, we have only had 1-3 special celebrity guests on stage at a time. Women in Comedy surpassed that by bringing 6 of the best female comedians working today up on stage to share their experiences
Happy accidents. This is something Barry Jenkins and Lulu Wang are all too familiar with. (If you haven’t seen Moonlight or The Farewell yet, what are you doing? If you are ok with a few spoilers, keep on reading!) If you are a film fact nerd, you may already know about this scene in Moonlight.
Between the 1960s and 1980s, against the backdrop of the Civil Rights Movement and continuing through the period of Blaxploitation films, an inaugural group of African-American students were welcomed to the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television as part of an Ethno-Communications initiative designed to be responsive to communities of color. These artists, now
When every news outlet in 2019 was listing all of the male frontrunners in the talks to play Elvis Presley in a biopic directed by Baz Luhrmann, it had been a good amount of years since I heard Austin Butler’s name in the headlines pertaining to the film. I knew in the previous year he