“Visual Storytelling” is a phrase that comes around quite often throughout a student’s academic career. The “visual” aspect is created mainly from the cinematographers’ knowledge of the interaction between images and technology. “The cinematographer is an artist (a creator of images), a manager (of people and facilities), and a technician (with deep knowledge of the
If you’re on the east coast this March, make sure to stop by New York city! The annual east-of-the-Mississippi screening of our First Cut showcase is taking place March 29, in NYC, at the Directors Guild of America Theatre. Alumni are encouraged to come out to support their fellow classmates, and prospective students will get
I recently got some time to tap into the mind of the newly-crowned Emerging Cinematographer of the Year, alumnus Kyle Klütz, to see what advice he could share with current Dodge College students, straight from the professional world. We cover everything from collaborating with a director, to applying film theory on-set, to which classes prospective
The International Cinematographer’s Guild annually selects a handful of the most talented, promising professionals from its own ranks to compete for the Emerging Cinematographer’s Award. Including Directors of Photography, Camera Operators, Visual Effects Supervisors, Still Photographers, Camera Assistants, Film Loaders, all members of camera crews, the pool of talented members can be quite huge, rivaling
Don’t miss this important workshop for AD’s: Next Friday, September 13, from 1:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m., there will be an Assistant Director Workshop in the Folino Theater. If you wish to AD on any advanced projects (AP, Cycles or Thesis) you must take this workshop and be checked in and out on the sign-out
With fall semester in full swing, we’re holding some essential equipment and safety workshops this weekend – just for current Dodge students. They take place this Saturday and Sunday, with two sessions each to choose from. You’ll definitely want to learn these skills to boost your productivity on- and off-set, the sooner the better! If
Every year, the best of the best of our students’ work is compiled in a showcase we lovingly call “First Cut.” The showcase plays at two of the industry’s most important venues on each coast of the country – the Director’s Guild of America theater in Los Angeles, and in New York. As you’ve seen
Don’t miss this opportunity to show off your portfolio to some of the biggest names in Digital Arts, Film Production, Advertising, and more!
PBS SoCal, Chapman University’s Dodge College and Student and Campus Life with Club Doc Present a Free Community Cinema Screening of HALF THE SKY: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide on Monday, Sept. 24 @ 6:30 p.m. in Sandhu Residents Building, Conference Room D.
Announcing the 2012 screening of our most recent First Cut films! The films will be playing in the prestigious Director’s Guild Theater once again, on September 27th, so make sure to save the date if you love to celebrate new talent, indie filmmaking, and spread your Dodge College pride!