On Tuesday, September 23, the professors of FS-244, History of Film, will be presenting students with an unique experience. They will be screening The Hoodlum, directed by Sidney Franklin in 1919, on 35mm with live, musical accompaniment. The screening will also feature guest speakers Elaina Archer of the Mary Pickford Foundation and Mike Pogorzelski of
Dodge College of Film and Media Arts offers a lot of amazing summer classes. For example, there is the The Continuous Take (FTV 329-04/529-04). Taught by Roy Finch, it’s the type of fun class that most students can’t even believe is a real offering. Ever since the beginning of film, continuous shots have amazed audiences
We’re thrilled to share some exciting news from Professor Emily Carman of the film studies department; she has partnered with the Mary Pickford Foundation to provide Dodge College film studies students a hands-on opportunity to work in an advanced film archive: The Mary Pickford Foundation is proud to support an internship program at Chapman University’s
UPDATE 2/13: Sadly, due to circumstances beyond his control, Mr. Kassovitz has been forced to cancel his appearance. We wish him well and look forward to rescheduling this event. Dodge College is proud to welcome director Mathieu Kassovitz to the Folino stage this Thursday evening, in conjunction with the Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Dodge College is offering a really exciting new program for cinephiles looking to maximize their education! Traditionally, a student who is interested in a degree in Film Studies would take a very typical route through College, taking the four year program we offer, and taking some time away from school to enter the workplace, or
We’re thrilled to host guest Chung-hoon Chung, renowned cinematographer of such films as Oldboy, Lady Vengeance, and the recent Stoker, tomorrow morning in the Folino theater. As part of the Film Studies program, Professor Nam Lee has brought numerous special guests to address Dodge College students, most notably as the director of the Busan West
With about 500 attendees from more than three dozen different universities and organizations, UFVA is a fantastic opportunity for collaboration. And I’m pleased to say, our faculty had some of the most interesting presentations in the program!
Now that all the bustle and hubbub of the UFVA conference is over, ending with the annual banquet at the Bowers Museum Saturday evening, I have a chance to look back on the conference and remember some of my favorite moments of the incredible mix of speakers, panels, workshops, and social events our guests enjoyed
Adjunct Professor of Film Studies – and Senior Film Critic for Variety – Peter Debruge describes his surprising experience teaching in our Graduate film program.
Please join us on Thursday, April 4 at 7:00 p.m. in Folino Theater for a free screening of director Sam Peckinpah’s Major Dundee, (1965) restored by Sony-Columbia.