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Storytelling Advice from Oscar-Winning Director Mark Andrews (BRAVE)

October 26, 2017 by Meg Greene | Guests

“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

Interterm Classes Dig Into Off-Beat Topics

April 18, 2016 by | Academics

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

Interterm Disney Class Takes a Look at the Company’s History

February 16, 2015 by | Academics

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

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