< ?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes"?> Hello everyone! We’ve made it to June! The summer is here!
We’re thrilled to announce a new course this Fall, featuring Dodge College alumni and film professionals actively working in the industry, speaking directly to students about how to get their projects turned into movies!
In anticipation of our student-produced awards Show, the Cecil Awards, our faculty has voted on the list of graduates’ thesis films. Check out the full list of nominations from each program here!
Well now that we’ve all gotten our Avengers fix in, it’s time to take a look at the repertory high points in the second half of May, and boy, are there some fantastic movies. Below are the three screenings I’m most excited about.
The Fuel Freedom Foundation, a non-partisan, non-profit organization based in Irvine, is dedicated to removing barriers to competition in the transportation fuel market in order to promote development of cheaper, cleaner, American-made alternatives to oil. The Foundation is sponsoring a competition among Chapman University Dodge College of Film and Media Arts students to produce a
< ?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes"?> Welcome to the summer movie season! We’ve got The Avengers this week and over the next several months we get films like Prometheus and The Dark Knight Rises , films that could potentially become classics. However, we won’t be able to tell if they’re classics for years, so why not go
I’m already signed up for this calendar, and as a film lover myself, I think this will be a great tool for all of us in SoCal. I , for one, will definitely be at the “conversation with Amy Poehler and Jane Lynch,” listed below! -Jared Guest Blogger Max Keller, MFA Film and TV Production