The Venice Film Festival turns 70 this year. It is one of the oldest and most respected international film festivals in the world. The work of three Columbia filmmakers has been selected for this year's festival.more
The Film Program at Columbia University School of the Arts congratulates the 28 Columbia students, faculty and alumni whose projects were selected for the IFP Project Forum at Independent Film Week.
RBC’s Emerging Storytellersmore
The Columbia University School of Arts Film Program was ranked sixth on The Hollywood Reporter's list of best film schools.
Columbia's graduate Film Program includes notable alumni such as Lisa Cholodenko ('97) (The Kids Are All Right), Nicole Holofcemore
The 15th annual Harlem Book Fair, staged in partnership with Columbia University's School of the Arts, the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, NYPL, and CSPAN-Book TV, featured a series of author talks that addressed a range of challenging topics. Speakers included Columbia faculty Farah Griffin, Samuel Roberts, Carl Hart, Kendall Thomas, Josef Sorret, among numerous others.more
In any architectural project there are ideas that need to be designed and conveyed, a supporting structure, sequences of spaces, expectations and suspensions, hierarchies of space and function, and so on. In literary writing, many of the challenges are often similar. Why not then create a piece of architecture that explicitly embodies the structure of your literary passion?
The Toronto International Film Festival, which has become a major launching pad for the best of international, Hollywood and Canadian cinema, will feature four films produced and developed by Columbia University School of the Arts affiliates this year. Nicole Holofcener ('88), Jacob Jaffke ('10), Johnny Ma (4th year) and faculty member Dan Kleinman are among the list of artists named in the announcment of works in the festival.more
George Saunders, "The Falls"
Project and essay by Javier Fuentes, SOA Fiction
In collaboration with Lorenzo Villaggi, M.Arch ’15
"The Falls" narrates the story of Morse, the main character, a man who is so self-conscious and paranoid about what people in the town of St.more
David Foster Wallace, A Supposedly Fun Thing I’ll Never Do Again
Project and essay by Elizabeth Greenwood, SOA Nonfiction
In collaboration with Kevin Le, MSAUD ’13
David Foster Wallace’s 1995 Harper’s essay “A Supposedly Fun Thing I’ll Never Do Again” is the nonfictiomore