Professor Ross Brown, resident TV guru and writing for the web expert, recently sat down with reporter Gina Hall from the L.A. Business Journal, to discuss the importance of visual web content. Below is a byte-sized portion of the article. Read the full article on L.A. Biz’s website. If visual web content is our destiny,
A self-described “introvert who learned to be an extrovert,” John Chichester first found the path to self-expression when he took up drawing — at age two, littering his house with sketches. Though he later dreamed of being a cartoonist, Chichester’s career ultimately led him to the movies, where he designed everything from
In 1989, Bill Kroyer traveled to the beautiful French town of Annecy for the oldest and largest animation festival in the world, coming home with the Apollo Award for his film, Technological Threat . Twenty-four years later, Kroyer carried the Chapman banner to France, as a Dodge College Professor and Director of the Digital Arts
Professor John Badham, one of the many faculty members we have first known for their big-screen successes, has been making headlines with the publication of his new book, John Badham On Directing: Notes from the Set of Saturday Night Fever, War Games, and More (Amazon link). Dodge College students will enjoy his experienced perspective in
< ?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes"?> Adjunct Professor of Film Studies – and Senior Film Critic for Variety – Peter Debruge describes his surprising experience teaching in our Graduate film program.
Alex Rose has worn quite a few hats over her time in the film industry! After being nominated for numerous awards, including an Oscar for her work on Norma Jean, Rose has been a key influential presence at Dodge College over the years. She currently works as Chair of Special Projects and Industry Initiatives, and was
Film factulty member and Chapman Entertainment producer Travis Knox was recently featured on the Rick Reiff show.
Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts Taps Hollywood Talent for Faculty Posts: Barry Blaustein, Leslie Dixon, Steve Hirsen and Harry Ufland Join Chapman Faculty For Fall Semester
This weekend, Chapman University – in partnership with several local organizations – presents the Big Orange Book Festival, a chance for the community to honor the profound impact of language on the liberal arts. Among the speakers, four Dodge College faculty members have been asked to share their thoughts on the connections between art, film,
Dodge College has hired four industry veterans to the full-time faculty roster, beginning this semester, including three brand-new members of our community. As the students throw themselves back into the swing of classes and productions, these new faculty will supercharge our programs, especially screenwriting, and begin the semester with a bang!