Al Raitt, BFA/TBJ ’10, puts in hours of work before the puck ever hits the ice. But when it does, Raitt and the five current Chapman students he’s hired are ready — to capture key plays, highlight crowd craziness, and help the Ontario Reign, the American Hockey League affiliate of the Los Angeles Kings, create
Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts continues its impressive awards season run with four major wins at the 2015 DGA Student Film Awards. The Directors Guild of America (DGA) announced the winners of the 2015 DGA Student Film Awards for African American, Asian American, Latino and Women filmmakers where four Chapman University
Los Angeles, CA – November 8, 2014 – It was announced today that ARC Entertainment has acquired all U.S. distribution rights to Chapman Filmed Entertainment’s thriller “The Barber” (formerly known as “Trigger”), starring Scott Glenn (“The Silence of the Lambs,” “The Bourne Ultimatum,” “Training Day”) in a deal worth mid-six figures. “The Barber” will have
In partnership with the Chapman Alumni Office, Dodge College of Film and Media Arts, Fowler School of Law and Argyros Business School hosted more than 100 alumni in the Rita Hayworth room on the Sony lot on April 23. In addition to having an opportunity to meet fellow alumni from all facets of the entertainment
Professor Pete Weitzner recently shared some great photos from trips his Broadcast Journalism students have taken in and around LA TV production hot spots. Visits to LA newsrooms and network-TV shows are a mainstay of the broadcast-journalism program. This fall ChapTown’s future newsies were in control rooms and on set at HBO’s Real Time with
Students and recent grads gathered recently in the Pacific Design Center, for our annual College to Career Night. The event involves structured networking, where current students get face-to-face time with working graduates in their field or emphasis. After the opportunity to speak with these short-term mentors, everyone is welcome to enjoy the rest of the
Every year, the best of the best of our students’ work is compiled in a showcase we lovingly call “First Cut.” The showcase plays at two of the industry’s most important venues on each coast of the country – the Director’s Guild of America theater in Los Angeles, and in New York. As you’ve seen
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.
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
< ?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes"?> Although you’re sure to be working hard through the finals season, there are a slew of awesome films playing throughout December in the greater LA area. Keep your eye on the prize, and get ready to relax once you’re all finished!