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Graphic Design Meets Production: Designing Art for Free Guy, Ant-Man & The Wasp, and The Amazing Race Alumni Spotlight: Christy Gray (MFA Production Design '11)

August 1, 2022 by | Uncategorized

Graphic Designers and Art Directors are essential to building believable worlds for both scripted and unscripted content. We had the opportunity to sit down with alumni and graphic designer, Christy Gray (MFA Production Design ’11) to discuss her experiences in the entertainment industry. Gray was the Graphic Designer on Free Guy, Ant-Man & The Wasp,

Class of ’22 Graduates Who Have Secured Post-Grad Work Congratulations to these students and all those graduating this year!

May 12, 2022 by | Uncategorized

Sony Pictures Entertainment   Grace Halter B.A. Screenwriting and B.A. Business Administration What position will you hold there? I am an Administrative Assistant to the EVP of Global Digital Marketing and Analytics and the SVP of Global Digital Marketing in the Digital Marketing Department at SPE. What are you most excited about? I am most

Practical Advice for Writing Coverage and Succeeding at Your Internship Career Center Workshop with Alexandra Bowen

April 4, 2022 by | Events

On March 5th and 6th, Alexandra Bowen, who works at The Kennedy/Marshall Company, taught a Career Center workshop on the basics of development internships and everything you need to know to write stand-out coverage. Alexandra is a member of the Producers Guild Association, and her credits include Finding Oscar (executive produced by Steven Spielberg), Laurel

How 27 Chapman Alums Collaborated to Make a ‘Weird and Wild’ Feature Film Alumni Spotlight: Skye Braband ('18), Sarah De Leon ('18), Marty Lang ('16)

February 4, 2022 by | Alumni

Between 2017 and 2020, Skye Braband (’18), Sarah De Leon (’18), and Marty Lang (’16), along with 24 other Dodge alumni, had the opportunity to collaborate on the feature film Chompy and The Girls, a horror/comedy that draws attention to deeper issues surrounding mental health. The film is centered around a young woman who meets

Voice-Over: Not Just For Animation Career Center: Voice-Over Workshop with Heaven Macpherson

January 6, 2022 by | Events

Some may think that training in voice-over is only useful for those interested in ADR, animation, and commercials. However, Heaven Macpherson, host of Dodge College’s recent Voice-Over Acting Workshop on December 3rd, proved that voice-over acting can be helpful and relevant across a variety of creative disciplines. Having played recurring roles on FX’s Emmy Award

Amplifying Voices on Campus With The Reel Society

October 27, 2021 by | Uncategorized

If you are feeling unheard on campus, the members of The Reel Society are here to listen. The Reel Society is a student-run organization designed to amplify the voices of female, LGBTQ+, and BIPOC creatives. With a focus on community, mentorship, and networking, The Reel Society hosts writer workshops, guest speakers, and more. For President

Dodge Alum Wins Top Prize at Student Academy Awards® Phumi Morare’s “Lakutshon’ Ilanga” (When the Sun Sets) gets Gold Medal from AMPAS

October 21, 2021 by | Uncategorized

Dodge College of Film and Media Arts alumna Phumi Morare (MFA Film Directing, 2020), has won the Gold Medal for narrative short film at the Student Academy Awards®.  The recent graduate was awarded the top prize (the equivalent of a student Oscar®) for Lakutshon’ Ilanga (When the Sun Sets), about a nurse trying to protect

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