Over the years, Dodge student films have received wide recognition–screening at hundreds of film festivals internationally and winning awards ranging from the Student Academy Awards to the College Television Awards. Dodge students not only excel in film production, however, they have proven success on the academic side of film as well. Dodge Students Present at
Every so often, we’ll be spotlighting alumni and what they are up to these days. These Q&A sessions will give you a bit of insight into where the world has taken them since graduation. This week, the spotlight is on Megan Gruchow (BA/Film Studies ’12) who works as an Archivist for NBCUniversal Archives and Collections DODGE:
Students who wish to turn their love of film into careers in teaching, writing film reviews, working for film festivals or film studios, or working in archives and film preservation have another option for study in Dodge College. The Film Studies 4 +1 Integrated Program allows undergraduate students to get a head start on their
EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is from an issue of InProduction, and we thought it perfectly showcases our Film Studies program, so we had to share it! “Film studies is the English degree of the 21st century,” says Professor Emily Carman. Although she does not discount the value of studying literature, Professor Carman’s assessment
Each year for the past few years, Chapman students have traveled with Professor Nam Lee to the Busan International Film Festival to get a taste of Asian cinema and culture. There, they see the works of Korean masters like Park Chan-Wook and Bong Joon-Ho, as well as films from China and other parts of Asia,
On Tuesday, September 23, the professors of FS-244, History of Film, will be presenting students with an unique experience. They will be screening The Hoodlum , directed by Sidney Franklin in 1919, on 35mm with live, musical accompaniment. The screening will also feature guest speakers Elaina Archer of the Mary Pickford Foundation and Mike
We’re thrilled to share some exciting news from Professor Emily Carman of the film studies department; she has partnered with the Mary Pickford Foundation to provide Dodge College film studies students a hands-on opportunity to work in an advanced film archive: The Mary Pickford Foundation is proud to support an internship program at Chapman
Now that all the bustle and hubbub of the UFVA conference is over, ending with the annual banquet at the Bowers Museum Saturday evening, I have a chance to look back on the conference and remember some of my favorite moments of the incredible mix of speakers, panels, workshops, and social events our guests enjoyed
< ?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.
Hey everyone, Max here once again with my picks for the best of the best of Los Angeles repertory cinema for March. Lots of good stuff on the docket, so let’s take a look.