Alumnus Jason Wise’s latest film SOMM gets a great, honest review from the LA Times film critics.
We’re thrilled with the recent preview of our Women In Focus panel in the OC Weekly, which digests some of the impact and legacy of the inspiring women who will appear on the Marion Knott stages next week. We look forward to seeing you there!
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
The Wall Street Journal engages filmmaker Jason Wise on the challenges associated with getting his feature documentary, SOMM, off the ground and into the opening slot of the Napa Valley Film Festival.
The Daily Pilot published a feature about our Women In Focus conference yesterday, in their “The Crowd” section, highlighting influential members of the Orange County community. An interesting bit of Dodge College news from The Daily Pilot: Bob Bassett, dean of the Lawrence and Kristina Dodge College of Film and Media Arts at Chapman University,
Academy Award® winner Jon Landau will receive an honorary Doctor of Arts degree from Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts at Dodge College’s commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 19, where Landau will deliver the keynote address. “Landau has long been a friend of Dodge College,” says Dean Robert Bassett, who made the
As President of Sony Pictures Television, Steve Mosko oversees the development and marketing of programming that reaches more than 430 million households worldwide. In May, he shared his life experiences and advice with the graduates in both Orange and — via the Internet — in Singapore at Dodge College’s commencement ceremonies. Mosko, who was once turned down