It seems that all of our students, once they graduate from Dodge College, go on to do amazing things in the industry. Take Kelly Galuska (BA/Screenwriting ’06) for example. As soon as she graduated, she moved to New York to begin her journey down her career path. While there, she worked as a page at
Writing a book isn’t easy. It’s a long, arduous process that can also be creatively satisfying once you reach your end goal. On top of that, not only do you have to write it, but once it’s done, you’ll want to get it out into the world for others to enjoy as well. And so
Dodge College is proud to offer the Professional Certificate Program in Screenwriting for the 2014-2015 academic year. Not only is it a great course, but it is also another milestone for Dodge: it is our first online course! The course is an one-year online screenwriting class that gives the students the advantage of working closely
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
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
If you’re a TV writer with an offbeat sense of humor and a love of working around children, the Nickelodeon Writing Program could be a great opportunity to get your name out into a niche industry. And what better time is there to brainstorm new projects, than January’s more laid-back academic schedule? The Program offers
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
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
Dodge College students are invited to attend a pre-release screening of “Mental” this Wednesday – catch the film in Marion Knott Studios before it hits theaters!
Dodge College alum, and screenwriter of The Last Stand, Andy Knauer was recently interviewed by CHUD (Cinematic Happenings Under Development). The conversation wanders through the screenwriting process for a big-budget Hollywood flick, and takes some hilarious turns along the way.