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  The Columbia University Film Festival’s 17th annual Andrew Sarris Award will be presented to Benjamin Odell ’04, an alumnus of Columbia University School of the Arts Film Program. more
 
Professor Rob King published a new book this month. Hokum! Is published through the University of California press. more
 
Film Faculty Annette Insdorf published Intimations: The Cinema of Wojciech Has through Northwestern University Press this month. The book is being celebrated with related screenings at the Museum of Modern Art. more
 
Six School of the Arts alumni have once again received Guggenheim Fellowships this year: Gregory Pardlo ‘16 and Claudia Rankine '93 in Poetry; Brian Seibert '05 in Dance Studies; Antonio Méndez Esparza '08 in Film/Video; Rogelio Martinez '96 in Drama & Performance Art; and more
 
Two School of the Arts faculty members, Paul Beatty and Lynn Nottage, and an alumnus, Ayad Akhtar ’02, are among the recipients of the more
 
  School of the Artrs Almuna Mounia Akl’s ‘17  short film Submarine has been censored in Lebanon. more
 
A Woman, A Part, co-produced by School of the Arts alumnus Shrihari Sathe ‘09, premiered at the IFC Center last week, on March 22nd. more
 
Film program alumnus Becca Thomas ‘13 and Jessica Caldwell ‘12 are set to adapt and direct Gonzo Girl, from publishers Simon & Schuster. more
 
Film faculty Bette Gordon’s film The Drowning will celebrate its official release on May 10th at IFC Cinema in New York, and will be shown during the 2017 Columbia University Film Festival.   more
 
  Film Faculty Annette Insdorf was featured in the New York Post in a profile last month. The legendary film critic and scholar is currently the host of 92nd Street Y’s “Reel Pieces” series. more
 
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