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Advertising Team Wins ADDY Gold Chapman's NSAC/Circle Advertising team wins nine American Advertising Federation ADDY awards

April 4, 2018 by | Public Relations & Advertising

Chapman University’s NSAC/Circle Advertising team won nine American Advertising Federation ADDY awards Thursday, March 22nd for their work on Tai Pei Frozen Entrees. This is the third consecutive win for Chapman’s team, which competed in the student category of this competition. “The highlight of the evening was by far our winning of two gold Student Addys,”

Second Year in a Row Students win at CAS

February 26, 2018 by | Festival Report

Xiang “Lisa” Li (MFA.FP ’17) has taken home the Student Recognition Award at the 54th Annual Cinema Audio Society Awards, a tribute to the effort for those who worked on the film. She was presented with the award and a check for $2500 at the CAS ceremony this past weekend. Student Recognition Award is enthusiastically supported by

Graduate Student Hansjeet Duggal Uses VR/AR to Preserve History FREIHEIT Screens at International Forum Stereopsia

February 14, 2018 by Dodge College Staff | Academics

Hansjeet Duggal (MFA.FP) left emphatic mark in Brussels, Belgium this past winter. His VR project Freiheit was selected as one of ten participants out of over 100 shortlisted contenders across the world at Stereopsia an international forum dedicated to all artistic, technological, content, and business facets of 3D immersion. Freiheit, which literally means freedom in German, is a thematic journey

First Major Feature Wins at Slamdance

February 9, 2018 by | Alumni

Two years ago alum Trevor Stevens (BFA.FP ’15) and team set out to make their first feature film, one that suited their off the wall sensibility while also poking fun at popular film tropes. Rock Steady Row was that film and had its world premiere at this year’s Slamdance Film Festival. “We didn’t make this

LunaFest at Dodge College

February 8, 2018 by | Events

There is a variety of ways to get the necessary cash together to make a film. One of the most fulfilling ways comes from finding support from others in the community. Community support for a film is powerful and can establish a career. At this year’s Lunafest which took place February 3rd, hosted by Zonta

Fall Film Festival Kudos

October 16, 2017 by Kevin Harman | Kudos!

Tom Teller’s ICARUS will be playing the 2nd Annual Dead in Decatur Film Festival from October 13th-15th (http://deadindecatur.com/), 17th Annual Trieste Science+Fiction Festival in Italy from October 31st-November 5th (http://www.sciencefictionfestival.org/), the 5th Annual Buffalo Dreams Fantastic Film Festival in New York from November 3rd-12th (http://buffalodreamsfilmfest.com/), the 14th Annual Les Utopiales in France from November 1st-6th

Four Chapman Students Nominated for ASC Student Heritage Awards

September 15, 2017 by Meg Greene | News

The American Society of Cinematographers has nominated four Chapman students in its 2017 Student Heritage Award Competition: Andrew Lesnie Student Heritage Award – Graduate Category Justin Moore for James Joyce’s The Sisters Michael Phillips for Night Call Andrew Lesnie Student Heritage Award – Undergraduate Category Dillon McEvoy for G.R.E.T.A. Haskell Wexler Student Documentary Award Elijah Guess for Parched  Cinematographers from

Duffer Brothers Netflix Hit STRANGER THINGS Takes Home Five Creative Arts Emmys

September 11, 2017 by | News

A note from the editor: Chapman University invites you to join us as we honor the Duffer Brothers at Chapman Celebrates, a song-and-dance stage show produced by Chapman University students and faculty, on Friday, November 3. Festivities include a gala, alumni reception, and a Master Class with the Duffers themselves. Tickets and information available here.  The Netflix

Chapman Film makes 44th Annual Telluride Film Festival Cut IT'S JUST A GUN selected for the Student Prints Program

September 1, 2017 by | News

We’re thrilled to announce that Brian Robau’s short It’s Just a Gun is an official selection for the 44th Annual Telluride Film Festival’s Student Prints Program, sponsored by Arri and curated by Oscar®-nominated writer/director Gregory Nava. No stranger to success, the film took home the silver medal in the narrative category at The Academy’s 43rd Annual Student Academy Awards