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  Erwin Maas ’05 is serving as the  Artistic Director of the 2016 International Society of the Performing Arts Conference, taking place in New York from January 12 to 16. more
 
Mentor Michael Joo’s solo exhibition Radiohalo will open at Blain|Southern in London on February 10 and run through March 24. more
 
The work of six Columbia writers was included in the Boston Review’s list of the twenty best poems published by the magazine in 2015, appearing alonside such celebrated poets as Anne Carson, Jorie Graham, Maggie Nelson and current U.S. Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera. more
 
Simon Kinberg ’03 received an Academy Award nomination for Best Picture as a producer of The Martian. The film, adapted from Andy Weir's 2011 novel of the same name, was nominated for seven awards in total. more
 
Moira Demos ’08 and Laura Ricciardi ’07 have achieved enormous success with their Netflix series Making a Murderer, which has been watched by millions of viewers since it became available for streaming on the site on December 18. more
 
Sundance will have no shortage of Columbia University filmmakers present this year. Twenty-five of the films at the festival bear the work of Columbia alumni and faculty members; their jobs on the various projects include producer, writer, director, post-supervisor, script supervisor and actor, among many others. more
 
Lauren Wolkstein ’10 and Chris Radcliff ’09 received the Eastern Effects Equipment Grant from the Rooftop Films Fund for The Strange Ones, a feature version of their award-winning short of the same nam more
 
Kathryn Bigelow ’81 will serve as executive producer on The Recruiters, a new drama about more
 
Four shorts by Columbia filmmakers—Toby Fell-Holden ’13 and current students Stephen Lee, Nelicia Low and Clara Roquet—have been selected to screen at the prestigious Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival this year. more
 
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