Starting in Fall 2014, the current B.F.A. in Television and Broadcast Journalism will be divided into two degrees: a B.F.A. in Television Writing and Producing and a B.F.A. in News and Documentary. The courses will remain the same, but the new names will clarify what course of study students choose among news, documentary and narrative
If there’s one thing Californians love, it’s the sunny, outdoor weather. If there’s a second thing Californians love, it’s sports. With a new television venture on the brain, Professor Pete Weitzner is aiming to give some lucky Media Arts students the perfect combination of the two. You see, for years, Dodge College students have been
If you’re a TV writer with an offbeat sense of humor and a love of working around children, the Nickelodeon Writing Program could be a great opportunity to get your name out into a niche industry. And what better time is there to brainstorm new projects, than January’s more laid-back academic schedule? The Program offers
Two outstanding Dodge College alumni received massive, early holiday gift this year: a grant from the Caucus Foundation to celebrate their filmmaking passion! Michael Fitzgerald (MFA and Maura B. Kelly (’13, MFA Film & Television Production) were winners of Student grants from The Caucus For Producers, Writers & Directors in 2012. They were among five others
The College Television Awards unofficially known as the “Student Emmy Awards” is open for submissions. The name is confusing because it doesn’t deal strictly with television except that the awards are given out by the Emmys Foundation. Also, the awards are given to the producer of the film, which mirrors the hierarchy in television. About
Something tells me you’re likely to have some free time in the next few weeks – meaning now is the perfect time to see what opportunities you can create in 2014. This year, we want to give you a leg up by connecting you to The Sprite Refreshing Filmmaker Contest, which is revamped for 2014
The folks at Charleston International Film Festival are big fans of Chapman, and especially the films from Dodge College. And who can blame them? The Charleston International Film Festival (CIFF) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization created in 2007 to bring people together through the art and science of film. Through this unique art, which has
< ?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes"?> You still have one more day to turn in your apps for the Fall 2013 Filmmaker-in-Residence program! This semester, our talented filmmaker is Academy Award-winning producer Cathy Schulman who produced such films as Salvation Boulevard, Crash , and The Illusionist .
Check out the most recent batch of job postings on the Chapman University Careers page, specifically the ones you can apply for right here at Dodge!
Love filmmaking, exotic locales, and exciting adventures? (And, not too afraid of the heat?) Check out our newest documentary travel course, to Cuba!