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  Several School of the Arts alumni have received honors for their films summer. more
 
Lisa Cholodenko ('97) and Frances McDormand on the set of Olive Kitteridge                      more
 
  Professor and director Bette Gordon’s newest film, Border Crossing, has been named to two lists of films that generated excitement at this year’s Cannes Film Festival: Variety’s 2015 " more
 
On July 1, Carol Becker, dean of Columbia University School of the Arts, announced the appointment of Associate Professor of Professional Practice Maureen Ryan as the new chair of Columbia’s Film Program. more
 
The largest film festival in North America, the Palm Springs International Shortfest is widely regarded as one of the top film festivals in the world and more
 
Columbia University School of the Arts Film Program has announced the Los Angeles programming for the 28th annual Columbia University Film Festival (CUFF), to include a two-day ScriptConnect industry networking event and the CUFF Jury Selects Screening and reception. CUFF is a celebration of the work of current students in the graduate Film Program. more
 
The School of the Arts Film Program is pleased to announce the appointment of Jack Lechner as a full-time faculty member. more
 
David Pablos, who studied in the Columbia University School of the Arts Film Program, will screen his second feature film, Las Elegidas or, The Chosen Ones, in the prestigious Un Certain Regard category of the 2015 Cannes Film Festival. Arguably one of the biggest events on the film calendar, this year’s festival will run from May 13 to 24. more
 
As part of Columbia University’s weeklong Film Festival, the MA in Film Studies at Columbia University School of the Arts’ graduate Film Program will co-present a panel discussion to reflect on Film Studies as a scholarly discipline in the last century, and how it may evolve in years to come. more
 
Columbia Women in Film will co-present a special screening of A Woman Like Me at Columbia University’s weeklong Film Festival, in honor of School of the Arts alumna and Adjunct Professor Alex Sichel (’95). more
 
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