Jason Carbone, Executive Producer & Founder of Good Clean Fun, is coming to speak to Dodge College students on Tuesday, October 23 at 7:00 p.m. in Argyros Forum room 202.
This past Thursday night, Dodge College hosted the first ever Entertainment Industry Career Panel event in the Folino theatre. This event offered students looking for jobs the opportunity to hear from working industry recruiters about internship and employment opportunities in some of the biggest companies that any Film/PR student could hope to work for. Now,
< ?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes"?> Tuesday September 18 th marks the cable release of Dodge College alumnus Rob Margolies ’ (BFA/FTV’05) romantic comedy, She Wants Me (2012). Last week, we celebrated this milestone by arranging a free screening followed by a question and answer session with Margolies , and fellow alumnus/producer Jeremy Schott (BFA/Film Prod. ’08)
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!
< ?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes"?> Nearly five dozen awards in 20 categories were presented to local reporters, editors and photographers during the annual OC Press Club Journalism Awards Gala, and one of the winner was our very own Professor of Television, Pete Weitzner!
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!
Winner of the 2012 Distinguished Alumni Award, Chris Marrs Piliero (’01), director of several incredibly popular music videos, recently wrote the following post thanking Dodge College for the recognition, celebrating the community, and offering some advice for recent graduates.
Academy Award® winner Jon Landau will receive an honorary Doctor of Arts degree from Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts at Dodge College’s commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 19, where Landau will deliver the keynote address. “Landau has long been a friend of Dodge College,” says Dean Robert Bassett, who made the
As President of Sony Pictures Television, Steve Mosko oversees the development and marketing of programming that reaches more than 430 million households worldwide. In May, he shared his life experiences and advice with the graduates in both Orange and — via the Internet — in Singapore at Dodge College’s commencement ceremonies. Mosko, who was once turned down