It all started with a man and his big mouth. Skye Braband, a recent graduate of Dodge College’s Television Writing and Production program, is an un-apologetically loud storyteller with plenty to say. In 2017, Skye finished a draft of Chompy & The Girls: a horror-comedy feature film about a depressed woman who reaches out to
Every January, the small mountain town of Park City in Utah, becomes a media circus filled with film industry, sponsors, film buffs, and the lucky filmmakers whose works have been selected for either the prestigious Sundance Film Festival or its famous spin-off the Slamdance Film Festival. This year, our Dodge College alumni have multiple projects
Another week, another awesome film screened for Dodge College students before it’s in theaters! This Wednesday, prof. Peter Debruge is screening Alfonso Cuarón‘s latest edge-of-your-seat thriller, Gravity, at 7PM in the Folino. The film is mainly told through the story of two astronauts, a clever device which gives the film an incredible sense of tension
The new short full-length film from Alum Jason Wise (BFA Film Production, ’04), SOMM, was recently named the opening film of the Napa Valley Film Festival, and received a glowing write up in The Hollywood Reporter.
Alumnus Nicholas Ozeki (’08) is getting some fantastic mileage from the short thesis film he produced during his final year at Dodge College, “Mamitas,” and his success is turning heads throughout the industry. The film is a coming of age story, set in East Los Angeles, revolving around a pair of friends and their misadventures
Dodge College alumni have scored a major distribution deal for The Babymakers, making headlines in indie news circles.