Join us for the 20th Women in Focus Conference on Friday, March 29 as we explore the purpose, passion, and perspective of influential women in the entertainment industry. Panelists for this year’s conference include: Janice Chua ’11, VP, International Development and Production at Imagine Entertainment & Television, associate producer, Crazy Rich Asians Bonnie Curtis, producer, Saving Private Ryan, The Lost World: Jurassic Park, Minority
Join us for a special screening of STRAY, directed by Dodge alumnus Joe Sill ’13 on Monday, March 11 at 7 p.m. in the Folino Theater. The Q&A will feature Dodge alumni filmmakers: Director Joe Sill (BFA/FP) ’13, Sound Designer Jackie Zhou (BFA/FP) ’15; Co-writer Alex Theurer (BFA/FTV) ’06, and Cinematographer, and Greg Cotten (BFA/FP) ’12. Synopsis The film follows an
Dodge College invites you to a special screening of Spike Lee’s BLACKkKLANSMAN, nominated for six Oscars including Best Picture and Best Director and the winner of the Best Adapted Screenplay. A Q&A with writers Charlie Wachtel and David Rabinowitz to follow. Join us on Thursday, March 7 at 7 p.m. in the Folino Theater, Marion Knott Studios.
Looking for a way to gain exposure and share your film projects with your peers at Chapman? Resolution Collective is a brand new club dedicated to collecting an assortment of film related art and creating a magazine that encompasses the talented students at Chapman University. Television Writing & Production majors, Seymour Tellam and Maddie Chavez
***Free and open to the public*** Dodge College invites you to a special screening of Spirits of Rebellion in celebration of Black History Month. Join us on Friday, March 1 at 7 p.m. in the Cloobeck Screening Room, Digital Media Arts Center. About the Film This documentary by Zeinabu irene Davis provides intimate access to
Zonta Club of Newport Harbor brings LUNAFEST to Orange County with a special event at Dodge College on March 16, 2019. LUNAFEST is an inspirational film festival that features short films by, for and about Women. Some are heartwarming, others will make you laugh out loud, and all are by accomplished women filmmakers presented with
Here is the latest update from our current students and alumni on the festival and awards circuit. Remember if you would like to see your updates featured in our next post, please be sure to e-mail email@example.com with your news! Natalia Hermida (BFA/FP ’18) – THE SANDMAN Sonoma International Film Festival. Christina Farman (BFA/DA ’18)
The issue of identity has the power to not only influence art but our professional aspirations as well. Graduate producing student Akemi Okamura was able to explore her identity as a female filmmaker – and her passion for development – through her summer internship with Denise Di Novi Pictures. How did you find your internship?
It’s film awards season, and the Disney animated film, Ralph Breaks the Internet, the sequel to Wreck-it Ralph, is receiving nominations left and right—from categories that range from best animated feature to outstanding visual effects. As we anxiously wait for the outcome of all nominations this season, we take a look back at Jim Reardon’s
Actors are in quite a predicament. We are in an age where projects are being shot everywhere, auditions and callbacks are via self-tapes and Skype/Facetime, and while there is no competition for uniqueness, there is great competition for roles and keeping up that online presence on several casting sites, and keeping up the funds as