About Brian Brian Robau is a Cuban American award-winning director, born and raised in Miami, Florida. In 2014, Brian moved to Southern California to pursue a M.F.A. in Film Production at Chapman University. In 2016, he won the Student Academy Award for his intermediate film It’s Just a Gun. Earlier this year, he won his
Recently, Katie Page (BA/PRA ’18) was an intern as Brand Journalist/Blogger on the Storytelling Team at Kashi Co. Below she answers questions about her experience. How did you find your internship? I found my internship by chance, honestly. The office is walking distance from my house in San Diego and one day when I was
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 Andrej Landin (BFA/Film Production ’13) who has written and directed the short And a Calm Swept Over.
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 Devyn Bisson (BFA/Creative Producing ’14) who has premiered her feature length documentary The Wave I Ride. DODGE:
You may have heard of BuzzFeed from your friend’s Facebook post revealing which Disney princess she resembles, or 10 songs likely to make a dude cry — but you may not know that the company is more than personality quizzes and pop culture. BuzzFeed is a global news organization that serves up news and entertainment
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
I recently got some time to tap into the mind of the newly-crowned Emerging Cinematographer of the Year , alumnus Kyle Klütz, to see what advice he could share with current Dodge College students, straight from the professional world. We cover everything from collaborating with a director, to applying film theory on-set, to which classes
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
Enjoy an excerpt of the article below, and read the full article available on desitoday.ca . Dylan Sidoo is one of those men who can naturally excel at something when he puts his mind to it. A former athlete with an interest in film, Sidoo left home with his family’s support
Congrats to Professor Harry Ufland, recently interviewed about his international teaching efforts in connection with Dodge College by Australia’s premiere film magazine, FILMINK.
Dodge College alum, and screenwriter of The Last Stand, Andy Knauer was recently interviewed by CHUD (Cinematic Happenings Under Development). The conversation wanders through the screenwriting process for a big-budget Hollywood flick, and takes some hilarious turns along the way.