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New York, November 24, 2014—When Pablo Picasso died in 1973 at the age of 91, he left behind a fortune in art and assets—but no will.
Find out more about our Summer 2015 course offerings in Writing: Travel Writing / Writing Children's Books / Writing the Young Adult Novel / How to Write Funny / Fiction Workshop / Poetry Workshop / Nonfiction Workshop / Short Prose Forms / More than Memoir / Reading Fiction for Craft.more
Find out more about our Summer 2015 course offerings in Film: Discovering French Cinema in Paris / Television Writing Intensive / Introduction to Screenwriting / Introduction to the Study and Theory of Film / Digital Documentary / Topics in American Cinema: Film Comedy / Comedy Writing / No Budget Producing.more
Film historians give pride of place to December 28, 1895 as the birthdate of cinema—the date marking the unveiling of the Lumiere brother’s cinematographe at the Salon Indien of the Grand Café in Paris. From that moment on, Paris—and the French cinema—have truly been at the heart of the history and development of the seventh art.
Currently on display at the Nathan Bernstein Gallery in New York till December 12, 2014, Five from Fourteen is a group art show featuring the works of James Case-Leal, Anna Glantz, Ali Harrington, Alyssa Piro and Heidi Howard, all 2014 graduates of the Columbia University Visual Arts MFA program.
Across the Sea, a Turkish coming-of-age film directed by female filmmakers Esra Saydam (‘11) and Nisan Dağ (‘13), will come to theatres on November 7 on the heels of much critical acclaim and festival success.