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
< ?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes"?> Tuesday September 18 th 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)
< ?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes"?> 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!
< ?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes"?> Dodge College invites you to join us for a screening of the romantic comedy She Wants Me , followed by a Q&A with the director alumnus Rob Margolies (BFA/FTV’05) on Thursday, September 6 at 7:00 p.m. in Folino Theater .
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
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
From Professor Bill Kroyer of the Digital Arts program: On Wednesday, April 6, Dodge College will host two of the most important animation directors in Hollywood history, John Musker and Ron Clements. “Ron & John” have created some of the most famous works in the modern Golden Age, arguably starting that revival with their
I thought I would share another experience a current student shared with me this week. Skylar is a sophomore screenwriting student who just transferred to Chapman in Fall 2010. Enjoy!