A duo that describes themselves as “not funny at all” and say if they wrote a comedy for YouTube it would die, is, in itself, a funny statement looking at the success of Chapman duo Almog Avidan Antonir (BFA/Film Prod.’13) and Tom Assam-Miller’s (BFA/Screen Acting’14) latest web series Long Story Short. Citing dry humor and
Get to know our school a bit better, by meeting our hard-working alumni in the industry. Here, BFA graduate in Film Production Joseph Sill catches us up with what his life has been like since Dodge. One of the things that Chapman really accentuates here at Dodge College is collaboration, and community, and really understanding
Continuing the successes we’ve written about in the past, alumnus Justin Simien has received a broader kind of acclaim for his recent film, Dear White People. Simien has been recognized at festivals across the country, for his unique brand of scathing wit, a trend that surely suggests even bigger things are on the horizon. Most
Get to know our school a bit better, by meeting our hard-working alumni in the industry. Here, BFA graduate Kristen Schreck catches us up with what her life has been like since Dodge. Chapman faculty expect more from you, and therefore, you expect more from yourself. We’re one Chapman Family with many #ChapmanStories. Share yours:
I recently got some time to tap into the mind of the newly-crowned Emerging Cinematographer of the Year , alumnus Kyle Klütz, to see what advice he could share with current Dodge College students, straight from the professional world. We cover everything from collaborating with a director, to applying film theory on-set, to which classes
Congrats to Professor Harry Ufland, recently interviewed about his international teaching efforts in connection with Dodge College by Australia’s premiere film magazine, FILMINK.
Founder of Bogner Entertainment, and Sophomore Television / Broadcast Journalism major Oliver Bogner was recently profiled, in a high-profile piece on Forbes.com in their “All-Star Student Entrepreneurs” feature.
Professor Ross Brown greesta dn interviews current student and Television major Courtney Mock about her life at Dodge College, and plans for the future.
I thought I would share another experience a current student shared with me this week. Skylar is a sophomore screenwriting student who just transferred to Chapman in Fall 2010. Enjoy!