Web video – that is, video conceived of, shot, and produced entirely for disribution through online channels – is revolutionizing the film world. Built from the ground-up with digital technologies in mind, Dodge College thrives on these new storytelling principles. And so do our students – recently, to the tune of $10,000!
We are now accepting entries for the Sikh Coalition’s “Diversity Video Competition,” an award based challenge for filmmakers to produce independent short films exploring the nature of tolerance and diversity in the world. The competition is run by the same people who bring us the Sikh Art and Film Festival every year, so take a
The Fuel Freedom Foundation, a non-partisan, non-profit organization based in Irvine, is dedicated to removing barriers to competition in the transportation fuel market in order to promote development of cheaper, cleaner, American-made alternatives to oil. The Foundation is sponsoring a competition among Chapman University Dodge College of Film and Media Arts students to produce a
We are very excited to announce that the Cecil Awards 2012 will be giving away an iPad to one lucky winner at this year’s show! Could the winner be you? Just follow these simple steps to enter: Submit a 60-second video in the comment box below the announcement video on the Cecil Awards 2012 YouTube
The team of Public Relations & Advertising students who created and executed the clever “PowerUp” campaign, which we wrote about in February and March, has received an Honorable Mention for their groundbreaking work. From the PRSSA’s National News desk: PRSSA 2012 Bateman Competition — First Phase of Judging Results April 23, 2012 PRSSA Headquarters received
Update (1PM 4/19) : The contest is closed, thanks for your interesting Women In Focus questions! The winners are posted below; make sure to stop by the 3rd floor reception desk to pick up your pass before 5PM ! We have another set of passes to check out a big-budget film before it hits
Five film students from Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts, have won the grand prize for MOFILM Live’s first U.S. college competition for an ad they created for Campbell Soup, depicting a child feigning sickness to get a bowl of soup. The team beat 12 other competing schools schools, including teams from