Hey all, Film Production student Mike Cruz (’11) wrote me recently to let me know about some exciting strategies his team is working on to promote their latest film. It sounded like such a neat project, I offered him a chance to share that excitement with the community here on our blog. Take a look
Orange, CA (October 28, 2010) – Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts, recognized as one of the premier film schools in the United States, has bolstered its distinguished faculty with the addition of several industry luminaries whose accomplishments and talents reflect the preeminent curriculum overseen by Dodge College Dean Bob Bassett.
It was so great meeting everyone who came out for Discover Chapman Day! I got some really great questions from both parents and students there, so I thought I would share some of those with all of you. If you have any others, feel free to ask! 1. Am I allowed to have an
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If you’ve been anywhere on campus in the past week, you’ve already heard of The Warlocks and Witches Ball, which takes over Dodge College this Thursday at 8PM. For those readers not privy to the Warlocks buzz in person, suffice it to say, Chapman Ad Club and PRSSA – the two student organizations who plan,
In this post: Sundance Film Festival Class Destination: Africa Location Filmmaking 2011 Sundance Film Festival Class Every year, Dodge College sends a select group of 20 students to attend the Sundance Film Festival, undoubtedly the most prestigious independent film festival in the country, and arguably the world. Because of some last minute cancellations, there are
Sorry it has been a little while since I last posted. It has been a crazy few weeks. I have been doing some travelling and talking with a lot of talented students. I had a great time meeting everyone at the Los Angeles and Las Vegas Performing and Visual Arts Fairs this week, thanks for
This week, we have a very special presentation of the hard-to-find documentary, Sonic Youth: Sleeping Nights Awake, Thursday 10/28, at 7PM in the Folino. From the Project Moonshine website: In the summer of 2006, a group of seven high school students from Reno, NV set out to make a documentary on Sonic Youth. As part
[Update:] Because the film is over 3 hours long, the screening will be split into two parts (luckily, the film has an intermission), the first of which will play tomorrow, October 16th, and the second on next Tuesday, October 24th, followed by a Q&A session. Both presentations begin at 7 PM in the Folino. Film
Just wanted to alert y’all to some cool guests and trips we have coming up all in the 4-5 weeks before the Thanksgiving.