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.
Dodge College professor of Film Studies, Dr. Nam Lee, was recently quoted in an L.A. Times article on the misconceptions of the portrayal of violence in South Korean cinema and how it differs from Hollywood violence. Written by Times contributor Mark Olsen, “A world of difference in reactions over foreign, U.S. film violence” examines the
Guest author Brian Hamilton recently went on-location with the students of Interterm’s “Shooting the Dramatic Series” class, who are shooting and producing a pilot titled Called to Serve. The narrative follows the story of two men leading a life of religion, in an overtly secular world. Brian shares his experience interviewing the subjects post-shoot.
Film factulty member and Chapman Entertainment producer Travis Knox was recently featured on the Rick Reiff show.
TV Professor Ross Brown interviews a recent grad, Katie Chilson, who majored in Television and Broadcast Journalism, who now works for ABC.
Professor Ross Brown greesta dn interviews current student and Television major Courtney Mock about her life at Dodge College, and plans for the future.
Professor Ross brown sits down with recent TV/BJ grad Anne Portwood (’11) and gets down to the nitty-gritty on how she’s faring in the business.