< ?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes"?> With about 500 attendees from more than three dozen different universities and organizations, UFVA is a fantastic opportunity for collaboration. And I’m pleased to say, our faculty had some of the most interesting presentations in the program!
< ?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes"?> Adjunct Professor of Film Studies – and Senior Film Critic for Variety – Peter Debruge describes his surprising experience teaching in our Graduate film program.
Congrats to Professor Harry Ufland, recently interviewed about his international teaching efforts in connection with Dodge College by Australia’s premiere film magazine, FILMINK.
This weekend, Chapman University – in partnership with several local organizations – presents the Big Orange Book Festival, a chance for the community to honor the profound impact of language on the liberal arts. Among the speakers, four Dodge College faculty members have been asked to share their thoughts on the connections between art, film,
< ?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes"?> Nearly five dozen awards in 20 categories were presented to local reporters, editors and photographers during the annual OC Press Club Journalism Awards Gala, and one of the winner was our very own Professor of Television, Pete Weitzner!
IndieWire recently wrote up a great article for aspiring filmmakers, which includes a very prominent mention of Barbara Doyle’s (Chair of the Film Division) new book, Making Money: What You Need to Know About the Business and Politics of Filmmaking [Amazon link].