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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
 
Directing alumna Rachel Chavkin ('08) returns to Ars more
 
Two recent alumnae of the writing program, Crystal Hana Kim ('14) and Diana Khoi Nguyen ('12), have been chosen by the Bread Loaf Conferences as 2015 Bakeless Camargo Fellows. more
 
Five Columbia writers have been named finalists for the Los Angeles Times Book Prizes. The prizes, which are awarded in a variety of genres, honor books published in the previous calendar year. more
 
Bathsheba Doran’s (’03) new play, The Mystery of Love and Sex , opened at the Lincoln Center to rave reviews last month. more
 
Benjamin Taylor, an adjunct professor in the School of the Arts Writing Program, has been named a trustee of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, administrator of the annual Guggenh more
 
This month at Classic Stage Company, Directing alumna Tyne Rafaeli (’14) collaborates with Columbia graduate actors on the Young Company production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. more
 
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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
 
Imagine that you're a writer, going about your writerly business on a day like any other, when you hear news so good it might seem unreal: Out of the blue, just because some people like your work, you've received a major award that carries an unrestricted grant of $150,000. more
 
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