The JPCatholic Game Development program finished their ambitious annual final project, which had complications because of the small amount of graduating gaming students who contributed. This year’s game was an RPG (Role-Playing Game) called “Adventures of Rimori” which takes place in the Victorian era. Continue reading Game Design Students Complete Final Project
Every year, film students at John Paul the Great Catholic University spend a quarter learning the fundamentals of post-production. The official editing software of the school, Adobe Premiere Pro CC, is considered one of the most versatile editing tools on the market today. It is, as most students at JPCatholic are taught, the industry standard. Continue reading Adobe Premiere: Industry Standard?
It used to be the case for filmmakers that the primary means of connecting with other members of the industry was through attending meet-ups and cold-calling agents and studios. With the advent of large web platforms like Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, aspiring filmmakers have more options than ever to connect with some of the biggest names in Hollywood. Continue reading Networking in the Age of Social Media