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Available Now – The Science of Screenwriting

February 12, 2018 by | Screenwriting

Professors Paul Gulino and Dr. Connie Shears have published a new book, The Science of Screenwriting – The Neuroscience Behind Story Telling Strategies. This book will help Dodge College students and those interested in screenwriting “navigate the mass of often contradictory advice” given about screenwriting. Purchase The Science of Screenwriting. Amazon Reviews The Science of Screenwriting explores the workings of

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11 Easy Tips for Getting Into a Film Festival

February 5, 2018 by | Beyond Dodge

2018 has seen great success by Dodge College alum. For graduating students with thesis films premiering this May who are interested in entering film festivals, here are tips to join the ranks of successful projects: Keep it short – Think: the longer it is the better it has to be. Also, a shorter film will have

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Unreal Engine Workshop Expands the Boundaries of Reality

January 26, 2018 by | Digital Arts

Though virtual reality is becoming an emerging technology today, the spirit of the technology can be traced back to the stereoscope created in 1838. Due to the accessibility and modern advancement in computers and mobile devices, the field has seen a huge spike in popularity. As more progress is made, the demand has increased to

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Epiphany in the Margins by Nour Oubeid’18

June 21, 2017 by Nour Oubeid | Film Production

From the Editor: Nour Oubeid (BFA/Film Production ’18) is a recipient of a Women of Chapman award for her upcoming thesis film Amal. Epiphany in the Margins reflects on how her film will examine the concept of exploring one’s identity.  Developing a senior thesis project can be a bit harrowing. “This is the time for you to showcase

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Women of Chapman Committee Awards $50K to Student Films

June 15, 2017 by | Film Production

The Women of Chapman committee awarded four upcoming Dodge College thesis films with production funds at its annual pitch lunch held on May 19. The Women of Chapman are a group of philanthropic-minded women strongly dedicated to a program of service to Chapman University that has provided over 2 million in funding to Dodge College since 2006

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2017 Television Pilots Dodge College Presents: 'Washed Up' & 'Veil'

May 11, 2017 by | Events

From the page to the screen and everything in-between, Prime Time Production is more than just an interterm class; it’s an opportunity for students to get an immersive, hands-on experience working on full length television pilots. Each year, two original pilot scripts are chosen and paired with student producers to help bring the stories to

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Dodge Students Create Campaign to Face Mental Health Together

March 15, 2017 by Sabina Hahn & Katie Page | Programs

EDITOR’S NOTE: Five Dodge College students majoring in public relations and advertising (Mara Conway ’18, Sabina Hahn ’19, Katie Page ’19, Skye Sinyard ’18 and Allie White ’18) joined together to participate in this year’s Public Relations Student Society of America’s national Bateman Case Study Competition. The team created a series of events, a Self-Help

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Screenwriting: Where The Story Begins

March 9, 2017 by | Screenwriting

Before the budget is set, the cameras roll, and the film is edited, there is something very integral to the process that is needed: the script. Too often people forget that these worlds we see on the silver screen need to come from somewhere. “Screenwriters are invisible, and most people don’t know that we exist,”