Building a career is a step-by-step process, so here’s Professor Brown’s advice on how to get there, a little bit at a time. Part 1 of 3.
Exciting news for TV and webseries-loving writing students today, as reported on AllThingsD. Amazon has released the first details on their Amazon Studios website, seeking submissions in the comedy and children’s series categories. From the Amazon Instant Video mini-site: What Kinds of Series Does Amazon Studios Want? We’re looking for compelling new voices and characters
Guest Blogger Hannah McDonald (Fiml Production ’14) shares some of the highlights from her January Internship on the set of ” Harry’s Law “. You can find her original blog and all the day-by-day details on her tumblr . Enjoy! -JP Dodge College has an exciting opportunity called “Interterm,” where during the
It’s only the end of the first week of Spring Semester, but Chapman TV students are already off to a great start.
It was just another day at the office for Anne Portwood (TBJ ’11)…
Professor Ross Brown greesta dn interviews current student and Television major Courtney Mock about her life at Dodge College, and plans for the future.
Professor Ross brown sits down with recent TV/BJ grad Anne Portwood (’11) and gets down to the nitty-gritty on how she’s faring in the business.
As web series grow in popularity, more and more film and TV students are finding their first jobs in the world of Internet TV.
For the third year in a row, a TV pilot written, produced, directed and created by Chapman students has been nominated as Outstanding Drama at the prestigious New York Television Festival.
Chapman TV students are already finding success in high places!
Another exciting (exclusive!) opportunity for TV Club members!
The Prime Time TV Club held its annual “Foot in the Door” night where five recent alums told students the inside story on how to land that all-important first job in film or TV.