Ramin Bahrani

Ramin Bahrani
Assistant Professor
513 Dodge Hall
Writer/director Ramin Bahrani’s films have screened at the Venice, Cannes, Sundance, Berlin and Toronto Film Festivals. Bahrani has won numerous awards including the FIPRESCI critic’s prize for best film in Venice (Goodbye Solo, 2009) and a Guggenheim Fellowship, among many others. He has been the subject of retrospectives in venues such as the MoMA in NYC. In 2010 legendary film critic Roger Ebert proclaimed Bahrani as “the director of the decade.” His latest film, 99 Homes stars Andrew Garfield, Michael Shannon and Laura Dern and premiered at The Venice, Telluride, Toronto and Sundance Film Festivals and will be released nationwide on September 25th, 2015.

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2014
Toronto Film Festival / The 2014 Toronto Film Festival showcases nine short and feature length films from Columbia students, faculty and alumni. 

2013
Hardball with Chris Matthews / Ramin Bahrani appears on MSNBC to discuss his film At Any Price

2009
New York Times Magazine / Ramin Bahrani is featured in an article by chief critic A.O. Scott on the resurgence of realism in film. 
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