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The Columbia University School of the Arts graduate Film Program proudly announces the Columbia Blue List. more
Columbia University School of the Arts Film Program presents the 28th Annual Columbia University Film Festival (CUFF), a weeklong program of screenings, dramatic readings and special events in New York. more
The Columbia University Film Festival’s 15th annual Andrew Sarris Award will be presented to James Ponsoldt (’05), an alumnus of Columbia University School of the Arts Film Program. more
Four Columbia short films have been selected to screen at the 2015 Aspen Shortsfest, which has come to be widely regarded as one of the premiere platforms showcasing short films from around the world. more
The Columbia University School of the Arts Film Program recently announced the recipient of the Andrew Sarris Memorial Award for Film Criticism, an annual cash prize in honor of the celebrated film professor and critic who died in 2012. more
The 14th annual Tribeca Film Festival will see the participation of seven Columbia films, including three documentaries and two shorts. Widely regarded as one of the foremost platforms for showcasing independent cinema, the festival will take place between April 15 – 26 this year. more
Professor Frank Pugliese, who oversees Television Writing in the Film Program at Columbia University School of the Arts, is currently a writer and supervising producer on the Netflix hit series House of Cards. Now in its third successful season, House of Cards was created by fellow School of the Arts alumnus Beau Willimon ('03), who graduated from the Theatre Program. more
Columbia filmmakers have recently screened work in some of the top film festivals in the world, including the Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival, South by Southwest Film F more
Once again, Columbia filmmakers marked their presence at the 2015 Berlinale, one of the most reputed film festivals and media events in the world. more
Alumna Mary Prendergast ('93 GS, '98 SOA) was the associate producer on the critically acclaimed film Finding Vivian Maier, which was nominated for Best Documentary Feature at the 87th Academy Awards. more
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