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Film Festival Corner Update 5/17/19

May 17, 2019 by | Festival Report

Alex Greenlee (BFA/FP ’20) – DEAD WALL Russian International Horror Film Festival – Semi-Finalists for Best Horror Short. They were the only US film to win an award. Amanda Renee Knox (MFA/FP ‘17) – NIGHT CALL Will air again on PBS nationally as part of Film School Shorts out of San Francisco. They will be

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Why are “Birth of a Nation” Posters on Display at Marion Knott Studios?

April 18, 2019 by Dodge College Administration | News

From the editor: Dodge College acknowledges the experience of our students. We add the following to the continued discussion of the Birth of a Nation posters presently on display in Marion Knott Studios. A Gift from Cecilia DeMille Presley The two Birth of a Nation posters hanging in the first-floor hallway of Marion Knott Studios are part

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Alumni Shoot Horror-Comedy Feature About Mental Illness Skye Braband (BFA/FP '18) and Sarah de Leon (BFA/FP '18) Start Seed and Spark to Finish Project

April 11, 2019 by | Alumni

It all started with a man and his big mouth. Skye Braband, a recent graduate of Dodge College’s Television Writing and Production program, is an un-apologetically loud storyteller with plenty to say. In 2017, Skye finished a draft of Chompy & The Girls: a horror-comedy feature film about a depressed woman who reaches out to

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Film Festival Corner Update 4/10/19

April 10, 2019 by | Festival Report

The success of our students on the Festival Circuit never slows down! Remember, if your film has been selected for a film festival or you win an award please e-mail festivalsubmissions@chapman.edu and let us know! This way we can highlight you on our next Festival Corner update! Without further ado, here are this month’s updates!

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Community Voices: America’s Stories Documentary Screening May 2, 2019 at 7 p.m.

April 5, 2019 by Sally Rubin | Events

COMMUNITY VOICES: AMERICA’S STORIES Documentary Screening—May, 2, 2019, 7 p.m., Folino Theater COMMUNITY VOICES: AMERICA’S STORIES is a social issue documentary film program at Chapman University. Each year, groups of students spend two semesters creating a short documentary about today’s most relevant, national social issues. This year, the theme was AMERICAN IDENTITY. We are thrilled

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