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School of the Arts Alumnus Phil Johnston (‘04) has been nominated for Outstanding Achievement, Writing in an Animated Feature Production at the 44th Annual Annie Awards for his work on Zootopia. Johnston wrote the movie with Jared Bush. more
 
Meet the Makers is an ongoing interview series highlighting current Columbia University School of the Arts Film Program students and faculty. I sat down with Markus Wulf, a second-year MFA film student, a few weeks ago to find out more about what brought him to the program. By Ijaaz Noohu, Second-Year Film Student more
 
Film alumnus Toby Fell-Holden’s ‘13 short film Balcony won the coveted Iris Prize this November. The Iris Prize Festival is is the largest LGBT short film festival in the world. more
 
Film alumnus Johnny Ma’s ‘14 new feature Old Stone will premiere at the IFC Center on November 30, 2016, followed by a national rollout campaign. more
 
Film alumnus Greg Mottola ‘91 premiered his new film Keeping Up With The Joneses on October 21. The movie features an all-star Hollywood cast, including Zach Galifianakis and Isla Fisher as a young couple who become entangled in an international conspiracy when they find that their new suburban neighbors, played by Jon Hamm and Gal Gadot, may be government spies. more
 
  Film Program Almnua Sarna Lapine (’09) directed Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s Pulitzer Prize–winning Sunday in the Park with George more
 
Meet the Makers is an ongoing interview series highlighting current Columbia University School of the Arts Film Program students and faculty. I recently had the chance to sit down with second-year MFA film student Nathalie Álvarez Mesén to talk about her experiences before Columbia and learn where the inspiration for her impressive body of work comes from. By Ijaaz Noohu, Second-Year Film Student more
 
Current Student Nathalie Álvarez Mesén’s shorts have played at several prestigious festivals around the country. more
 
  Film Professor Annette Insdorf will premiere her series Reel Pieces with Annette Insdorf on WNYC LIFE Channel 25 on October 28th at 8:30PM. more
 
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