First Cut, the short film event hosted by Dodge College for the Director’s Guild of America, is almost upon us! The date for the screening in Los Angeles is Wednesday, October 6th, 6:30 PM, at The Director’s Guild of America in LA. And, I’m pleased to announce, the lineup has been finalized! Here are the
Whether by the careful planning of Events Specialist Julie Gorzik, or random serendipity, we have two amazing sci-fi themed events on campus tonight. Avid Lecture Series: Lost Dodge brings yet another educational demonstration / discussion with the creators and professional users of Avid’s industrial-strength multimedia composition and editing tools, and what techniques they use to
Of all the many things you learn in the classrooms, editing suites, and backlots here at Dodge College, the most important of them is something you can’t even learn from a textbook: networking. As we all know, nearly every media industry today functions at least to some degree on the associations and contacts industry professionals
Dean Bassett gave a heartfelt introduction to this year's Cecil Awards, mentioning – among other things – the exciting developments coming to Dodge College, including the advent of 3D and the inclusion of a 3D production class in next year's course catalog. Finally, he asked everyone in the theater to turn, stand, and congratulate the
Final Screenings and Upcoming Events: With the end of the school year looming ahead, things are winding down here at Dodge – but as every year ends, new opportunities pop up! We had a really interesting meeting this morning with a member of the SCVNGR crew, as we explore bringing location-based social networking (ala the
Red Bull Athlete Exam: Come be a part of this unique live talk show, as we take a journey into the mind of professional big wave surfer Ian Walsh. On May 7th, Adam Bollinger (Chapman University Student) will get to the root of what makes Walsh tick. What prompts Ian Walsh to surf some of
If you can get by AF 208 tonight, my old friend “Toastmaster” Tom Kalajian is delivering his annual public-speaking sermon to the media-law class. Plenty of seats in the amphitheatre. Tricks of the trade on everything form a three-minute speech to Master of Ceremonies before an audience of thousands.