Fifteen students and alumni had the opportunity to visit the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ Linwood Dunn Theater in Los Angeles on Saturday, September 14 for the annual InFocus: LatinX & Hispanic Cinema Film Festival. The event celebrated international filmmakers and their films with screenings and panel Q&A’s. The NewFilmmakers LA organization has
Zach Berg is 28 and an alumnus from the class of 2013. He graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Film Production, emphasis in directing. He grew up on the east coast, Maryland, and moved out to California to attend Chapman. Since graduating, he has worked all around LA. Recently, he created his own
Former students of Harry Ufland step up to emulate what the late professor gave them every semester; the chance to network with industry professionals. Elise Laplante’s ’13 reason for helping, “was to honor Harry’s memory. Harry was my first mentor in the business and I wanted to celebrate his spirit by helping current students connect
During the interterm, some of our students had the unique opportunity to visit the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, UT. For about a week, they were able to experience this prestigious festival, and get a taste of what industry life is like. Kendall Goldberg (BFA/Film Production ’17) wrote a bullet pointed journal of
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
Updated: This year’s College to Career night is now open to Juniors, as well as Seniors. It’s the first time we’ve offered this opportunity to Juniors, so grab a spot while you still can! Join the Dodge College Alumni Association for College to Career night in LA on November 6, 2013 for an evening of
Recently, the class of 2013 gathered in Los Angeles for “College to Career Night,” an annual networking event for young professionals. Click past the break to see photos and learn more about the event!
The Prime Time TV Club held its annual “Foot in the Door” night where five recent alums told students the inside story on how to land that all-important first job in film or TV.