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LAT: Fade In at Chapman University

By Indiewire | Indiewire August 27, 2006 at 12:43PM

In the LA Times, a look at Monday's opening of film classes at Chapman University's Marion Knott Studios, which they call one of the most advanced film school facilities in the country, boasting a new $41 million, 76,000 square foot building:The facility features two soundstages, a 500-seat stadium-style movie theater with a digital projector, a three-camera high-definition television stage and a motion-capture stage. Two floors of pre- and post-production facilities include a production design lab, a foley stage for creating sound effects, and a hefty digital cinema server.
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In the LA Times, a look at Monday's opening of film classes at Chapman University's Marion Knott Studios, which they call one of the most advanced film school facilities in the country, boasting a new $41 million, 76,000 square foot building:

The facility features two soundstages, a 500-seat stadium-style movie theater with a digital projector, a three-camera high-definition television stage and a motion-capture stage. Two floors of pre- and post-production facilities include a production design lab, a foley stage for creating sound effects, and a hefty digital cinema server.




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