If entertainment history has taught us anything, it’s that tortured souls are often the most creative. Knowing this, one of the upcoming thesis films, Annabelle Crane , decided to craft a story that feeds into this, making a film that shows a writer’s process to create…and her descent into madness. The titular character, Annabelle
Space is often considered the final frontier. But once mankind has conquered that, what comes next? Well, if science fiction is any indication, the advent of artificial intelligence would be the next thing we are aiming to master. But here on a Dodge sound stage, there is a currently filming thesis project that is
It’s not every day that you watch a great fan film about a super hero you really like. And it’s definitely not every day that said film comes from a group of talented students from the place you work. But that was definitely the case when I watched Electrogenesis , a short film about Static
Though it’s been a few weeks since graduation, we’re still sorting through all the things that have happened at the end of the year. A lot has been going on! For example, the Digital Arts Thesis Screenings took place just before graduation weekend, and Bill Kroyer put on quite the show. I mean, come
One of the Top 5 festivals in the country is open for submissions! The 13 th Annual Tribeca Film Festival will be held April 16 – 27, 2014. Unlike many smaller festivals, Tribeca is Academy-Accredited. That’s a huge boon for students, since any short film that wins a qualifying award will be
More film festival successes for Alexandar Gaeta’s undergraduate thesis film, Shoot The Moon, recently admitted to the prestigious Stony Brook Film Festival in New York. Our own Film Coordinator Derek Horne, mastermind behind much of Chapman’s successful film festival campaign, was invited by the film’s creatives to attend the event. [-JP]
We’re thrilled to announce the winners of the IEEE Trophy are our very own Digital Arts, and Computer Science majors!
Today, Digital Arts student Marie Cheng gives us a behind-the-scenes taste of life from Dodge’s digital suites. Stay tuned for more updates from her, and for more snapshots of the Digital Arts program as graduation day draws near!
Alumnus Nicholas Ozeki (’08) is getting some fantastic mileage from the short thesis film he produced during his final year at Dodge College, “Mamitas,” and his success is turning heads throughout the industry. The film is a coming of age story, set in East Los Angeles, revolving around a pair of friends and their misadventures
We have secured the times and details for the screening of short films during the Graduation Weekend (May 19-20, 2012).