It’s unquestionable that traveling 10,194 miles away to Malawi, Africa on a documentary expedition is bound to be the experience of a lifetime. When we embark on these sorts of journeys it feels as if there should be one defining moment, one instance, in which our lives are changed forever. But if I’ve learned anything
< ?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes"?> An event that needs no introduction! Come see this year’s slate of amazing Destination: Africa documentaries Thursday, November 29th. This year’s documentaries were filmed in Mozambique last summer, and run the gamut of compelling characters and subjects. As always, delicious free food and drink will be provided!
< ?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes"?> The Application Period is now open for Destination: Africa 2013, through November 19th. The films made in last year’s program to Mozambique will screen November 29th at 7PM.
A pair of Chapman Alums are returning to the crowdfunding space for the production of their most recent film “Mzungu,” a low-budget thriller set in Africa. Their Kickstarter campaign is currently seeking backers, and most recently landed a huge spot in IndieWire’s “Project of the Day.”
< ?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes"?> This summer, students travelled to Burkina Faso, Africa, as part of our international filmmaking program. Next Thursday, September 13th, the students will screen their films in the Folino Theater.
< ?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes"?> Students in the Destination: Africa international travel course recently returned to the US, to relax after the physically and mentally challenging summer. Two documentary students chose to briefly share their take on the class, as well as some photos from the adventure.
Directing student Caylee So shares some photos, and thoughts, of her time in Burkina Faso.