More film festival successes for Alexandar Gaeta’s undergraduate thesis film, Shoot The Moon, recently admitted to the prestigious Stony Brook Film Festival in New York. Our own Film Coordinator Derek Horne, mastermind behind much of Chapman’s successful film festival campaign, was invited by the film’s creatives to attend the event. [-JP]
TED has been around for close to thirty years now. Their belief is their creed: “Ideas worth spreading.” I first encountered the web-based TED Talks as an undergraduate. Jill Bolte Taylor was describing what it’s like to have a stroke and I found myself crying, watching this woman open herself up to the world. It
Dodge College’s student films are making tremendous strides on the indie festival circuit! “Shoot The Moon,” “Election Day,” “Among Giants,” “Incest! The Musical,” and “Palm County” are some of this season’s biggest successes.
We’re thrilled to announce a new course this Fall, featuring Dodge College alumni and film professionals actively working in the industry, speaking directly to students about how to get their projects turned into movies!
The Audio Publishers Association yesterday announced the contenders for the 2012 Audie Awards. There were a record-breaking 1,250 nominees, and new this year are a separation of the SF and Fantasy categories and the Paranormal category, which was added as a special judges category last year, is now permanent. The winners will be announced at
This week, we’re going to host the awesome guys from Mozilla (of Firefox fame) to speak about a contest they’ve been developing in the past few years – “Firefox Flicks” Firefox Flicks is a campaign giving everyone an opportunity to produce short films that highlight what makes Firefox different, that we’re a non-profit organization helping
Are you filmmaking-savvy, outgoing, and eager to learn about the real-life ins and outs of Hollywood filmmaking? Then attend the open-casting call for “Life After Film School” Monday, November 7th through Wednesday, November 9th in MKS Audition Room A. This is a fantastic opportunity for all film students interested in getting some excellent publicity for
Events assistant Ashlee Abernathy writes a guest post on our recent screening of Like Crazy: Like Crazy screened just a little over a week ago in the Folino Theater at Dodge, and I think I can speak for nearly everyone in the audience when I say that this film went above and beyond expectations. The
A big congratulations is in order to former Dodge College student James Smith (’01, FP), who has just landed his first major credit on a feature film! Co-producing the new thriller starring Ryan Gosling, James has certainly made it to the big time. Not only is this a major Hollywood feature with a substantial budget