“To have someone feel like they’ve experienced the same thing as you, that’s what we’re doing as filmmakers,” Oscar-winning director Mark Andrews (Brave) reflected to a room of burgeoning storytellers in professor Bill Kroyer’s History and Aesthetics of Digital Arts class. The Pixar director provided a live storyboarding demonstration, presenting a concept storyboard for Disney•Pixar’s The Incredibles and
During the last interterm (which seems like ages ago now!), we had some incredible classes that really showed off the diversity of topics taught here at Dodge College. Here are some brief bits from some of them, since summer sessions are around the corner, and some of these off-beat topics may come up again! BRINGING
Aside from film and television, another one of my biggest passions is Disney. Specifically, Disney history; from the company itself, to the films (both animated and live-action), and to the Parks. I just can’t get enough. When I heard that there was going to be a class here at Dodge during the Winter Interterm, I
An exciting event for digital animation students, and film lovers of all stripes! On Wednesday, October 16th, Digital Arts Professor Bill Kroyer will host a handful of key Disney animators, in an event so exciting, it can’t be contained in just one room! First, we will screen the newest Disney animated
< ?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes"?> Please join us in welcoming special guest Mark Andrews, director of the Oscar Award-winning film Brave, for a special guest lecture on Wednesday, May 1 in the Folino Theater.
< ?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes"?> To the delight of digital art lovers, The 14th annual Animation Show of Shows is making its nation-wide rounds. Once again, we’re lucky enough to host the diverse collection of films in the Folino Theater!
Andrew Stanton, Oscar-winning PIXAR Director of Finding Nemo and WALL-E, makes his first-ever visit to Chapman to talk about storytelling and introduce the newly released 3D Finding Nemo on Friday, October 26 at 7 p.m. in Folino Theater. The lecture and Q&A will be followed by the 3D screening of Finding Nemo. Remember
This past Thursday night, Dodge College hosted the first ever Entertainment Industry Career Panel event in the Folino theatre. This event offered students looking for jobs the opportunity to hear from working industry recruiters about internship and employment opportunities in some of the biggest companies that any Film/PR student could hope to work for. Now,