This past Interterm semester saw all kinds of exciting productions, from the Dodge College sound stages, to local “on location” films and TV pilots, to international destinations from London to Korea. Today, I have some updates from the Television faculty on their teams’ projects, small changes to the program, and some history of how successful
Students participating in the Interterm course “Essentials of Stunts and Special Effects” got an exhilarating treat last week! After an intensive month of near-daily meetings, lectures, demonstrations, and projects, the students in Professor Andy Lane’s Stunt class were given the chance to experience a Dodge College first: actual (sharp!) sword fighting, right in the Cinematography
The College Television Awards unofficially known as the “Student Emmy Awards” is open for submissions. The name is confusing because it doesn’t deal strictly with television except that the awards are given out by the Emmys Foundation. Also, the awards are given to the producer of the film, which mirrors the hierarchy in television. About
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
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
Every aspiring indie producer needs to check out this quick, informative article from a recent producing alum.
Andy Richards (MFA Film Production ’13) is in the pre-production process for his newest film, “The Call.” To organize funds and build excitement about the film during the development process, his team has been using every tool at their disposal to create an online presence for the short. Read on to learn more about the
Jason Carbone, Executive Producer & Founder of Good Clean Fun, is coming to speak to Dodge College students on Tuesday, October 23 at 7:00 p.m. in Argyros Forum room 202.
Listen up, guys – there’s a unique opportunity for Dodge College students coming up this week: the Entertainment Industry Career Panel. This is a great opportunity for all of us to hear from representatives of some of the most exciting companies to work for, and to learn about pursuing positions in the industry. These people
Tuesday September 18th marks the cable release of Dodge College alumnus Rob Margolies’ (BFA/FTV’05) romantic comedy, She Wants Me (2012). Last week, we celebrated this milestone by arranging a free screening followed by a question and answer session with Margolies, and fellow alumnus/producer Jeremy Schott (BFA/Film Prod. ’08) and lead actress Kristen Ruhlin.