More News

Writing program Assistant Professor Paul Beatty’s novel The Sellout (Oneworld) has been shortlisted for the 2016 Man Booker Prize. The list, which includes six books, is derived from a 13-book longlist, which was announced in August. more
Four short films by current Columbia Film Program students and alumni screened at the prestigious Telluride Film Festival this year. more
Recent Film Program graduate Miguel Silveira ’15 and current student Michel Stolnicki received a grant from the Jerome Foundation in support of their feature film American Thief. The Film and Video Grant provides the filmmakers with $20,000 in production funds. more
Film Program alumni Laura Riccardi '08 and Moira Demos '07 took home four awards for their Netflix documentary series Making a Murderer at the 68th Annual Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards Sunday night. more
  School of the Arts Dean Carol Becker’s new book-length essay, Losing Helen, will be published in September b more
Acting alumnus Grayson Powell ’11 will star in the upcoming national touring production of Cheers Live on Stage, a theatrical adaptation of the Emmy-winning TV sitcom. He will play Sam Malone, the character made famous on the beloved NBC sitcom by Ted Danson. more
T. FELLOWSHIP IN ASSOCIATION WITH COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF THE ARTS Announces new T. Fellow CHRISTOPHER MARING Fifth T. Fellow To Be Mentored by Harold Prince, Margo Lion, Gregory Mosher, Tom Schumacher, Jeffrey Seller & David Stone $30,000 Fellowship Is Designed to Empower New Creative Producers more
Nocturne in Black, a Film Program thesis film written and directed by Jimmy Keyrouz ’15 and produced by Felecia Hunter ’16, won a Student Academy Award in the Narrative category. more
  David Henry Hwang, professor and current concentration head fo more
Dave Register ’15 has been cast in the Young Vic Production of Arthur Miller’s A View from the Bridge. more
Syndicate content
© 2016 Columbia University School of the Arts | 305 Dodge Hall, Mail Code 1808 | 2960 Broadway | New York, NY 10027 | (212) 854-2875 | EMAIL
Columbia University School of the Arts offers MFA degrees in Film, Theatre, Visual Arts, and Writing, an MA degree in Film Studies, a joint JD/MFA degree in Theatre Management & Producing, a PhD degree in Theatre History, Literature, and Theory, and an interdisciplinary program in Sound Arts.