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Faculty memner, Ira Deutchman was awarded the first annual Spotlight Lifetime Achievement Award for his outstanding contribution to the distribution and exhibition of independent films. more
When’s the last time you saw a silent movie? And no, The Artist doesn’t count. more
Columbia University continues to have strong representation at prestigious film festivals this year. Twenty-five Columbia alumni, including writers, directors, producers, cinematographers, and post-supervisors, will showcase at the Slamdance and Sundance Film Festivals. Slamdance Film Festival runs January 20-26th. more
  Several School of the Arts alumni have helmed critically acclaimed projects across film and television this past year, four of which were awarded nominations for the more
  Current Columbia Film students and recent alumni have been awarded top honors in three of the four categories at the 2016 DGA Student Film Awards for African-American, Asian-American, Latino and women more
School of the Arts Professor Richard Peña launched a new film series, "American Fringe: A New Look at American Independent Cinema." The series ran November 25th through November 27th in Paris at the Cinémathèque Française and was part of the city’s prestigious Festial d’Automne. more
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
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