Category - Film & Entertainment

Duffer Brothers
CHRON: Chapman Alumni Matt and Ross Duffer discuss the length and popularity of their Netflix hit ‘Stranger Things’
Dodge film students shoot using LED virtual production wall
With LED Virtual Production Wall, Chapman Leaps Into the Future of Film New technology mixes live-action and digital filmmaking, putting Dodge College students ahead of the virtual curve.
Film alumnus Drew Heskett
Chapman Film Grad’s Journey to the White House as Official Videographer Drew Heskett ’14 documents the Biden campaign and presidency, drawing on his global experience as a film and broadcast journalism student.
Head shot of Chapman alumna Julia Walton
Alumna and YA Novelist Shares How MFA in Creative Writing Inspired Confidence
Ben Deeb, Graham Towers
How Two Chapman Humanities Grads Landed Writing Jobs on ABC’s ‘Black-ish’ For Graham Towers ‘08 (MA/MFA ‘12) and Ben Deeb ‘09, diverse journeys lead to insight and opportunity.
Viridiana Valadez '24
Chapman Youth Cinema Support Opens Doors for Aspiring Filmmakers Partnership with Santa Ana program reflects Dodge College’s commitment to underrepresented students.
Dodge College student filmmaker
Chapman Rises to No. 4 in The Wrap’s National Rankings of Top Film Schools Dodge College’s surge past “legacy” film schools is a testament to its “uniquely collaborative environment,” Dean Stephen Galloway says.
Justin Simien and Elle Lorraine
Chapman in Hollywood Column Highlights Alumni Success
Kelly Galindo with Kurdish soldiers who provided security during her filming in Iraq. (Photo courtesy of Alberto De Coste Calla)
Chapman Film Professor Shines a Light on Those Who Fight Sex Trafficking Kelly Galindo's documentary '26 Seconds' brings awareness to a global problem.

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