Ben Weiner (’17) and Logan Beerman (’16), came together to form Bazooka Entertainment, LLC a few years ago to film, edit and produce sports-related content. With their main clients being NFL Network and US Soccer, they became immersed in the sports world and decided they wanted to create a story of their own – an
Before I go into the nitty gritty details, I’m going to talk a tiny bit about myself. If you’re here for tips and pointers, feel free to scroll down. I won’t mind. I promise. See? Totally cool about it. As an Arizona native, Chapman had given me my dream – 25 minutes to the beach,
Did you know a huge number of thesis and alumnus films get substantial funding through crowdsourced sites like Kickstarter and IndieGoGo? It’s true. The top 10 films (and game) that we know of, have taken in well over $100,000 in contributions from regular, cinema-loving folks at home. Tomorrow night, Sean Astin (of Lord of the
< ?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes"?> Dodge College student Lillian Wojcik, who is currently enrolled as a senior majoring in Public Relations, is working on an exciting film project in collaboration with a large group of recent Dodge College alums. One of the huge advantages of our unique setup as a media arts school, that is, encompassing
< ?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes"?> Andy Richards (MFA Film Production ’13) is in the pre-production process for his newest film, “The Call.” To organize funds and build excitement about the film during the development process, his team has been using every tool at their disposal to create an online presence for the short. Read on to
The mobile platformer graduated from the Digital Arts department, catching the attention of local press with its endearing graphics, creative gameplay, and nearly-funded Kickstarter campaign.