Project W: Stories of Women Creating Change Documentary Screening
Join us on Friday, December 6 at 7 p.m. in Folino Theater for an evening of short social issue documentaries profiling inspiring women leaders across the country who are creating change through stories of courage in the face of adversity.
Kevin Wolf (BFA/Film Prod. ’15), Eric Ward (BFA/Creative Prod. ’16), Zane Schwartz (BFA/Film Prod. ’15), and Johnny Wilcox (BFA/TV & Broadcast Jour. ’15)
The L-Riders, profiles a lesbian motorcycle gang based in Long Beach.
Sarah Lee (BFA/Film Prod. ’14), Chad Berry, and Mia Montanile (BS/Environ. Sci. Policy ’15)
A powerful essay documentary about sexism in the surfing industry.
Pink Helmet Posse
Ben Mullinkosson (BFA/Film Prod. ’13) and Kelcey Laroche (BFA/TV & Broadcast Jour. ’14)
The story of the Pink Helmet Posse, three six-year-old girls who aspire to be professional skateboarders.
If You’re Afraid
Bobby Moser (BFA/TV & Broadcast Jour. ’14), Samantha Andre (BFA/TV & Broadcast Jour. ’14), Eli Just (BFA/Film Prod. ’14), and Graeme Aegerter (BA/Sociology ’15)
If You’re Afraid documents one Inuit Eskimo woman’s efforts to stop domestic abuse in her small Alaskan fishing village.
This event is open to the public. Can’t make it in person? We’ll be streaming the event live on our Justin.TV live-streaming site so you can still participate and show your support for our student filmmakers.
Winterfest is getting started. Come down to Chapman now.
Our #ChapmanU volunteers featured in the OC Register representing @casa_teresa for #GivingTuesday ☺ Yesterday was a crazy busy day but so amazing to see thousands and thousands of organizations, businesses, influencers…everyone, get together to #giveback to our community 😊 feeling blessed to be part of #givingtuesday!
A new poll finds school kids aren’t getting nearly enough time to eat lunch.
The school lunch hour in America is a long-gone relic. At many public schools today, kids are lucky to get more than 15 minutes to eat. Some get even less time.
And parents and administrators are concerned that a lack of time to eat is unhealthful, especially given that about one-third of American kids are overweight or obese.
Is this the case for you?
For technology to be effective, there must be intent from the person using it. … Technology alone can’t save the world – technology powered by love can.