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Film Program alumna Charlotte Glynn's ('13) documentary, Rachel is, will be broadcast nationally on the WORLD Channel's America ReFramed series as well as on PBS stations during the week of May 6. more
 
The 2014 Tony Award Nominees, announced today, recognize the work of several Columbia School of the Arts Theatre alumni. more
 
Directing alumna Diane Paulus ('97), current Artistic Director of the American Repertory Theatre and Tony Award winner for Pippin, has been named one of Time Magazine's 100 Most Influential People. more
 
Current fifth year directing student Miguel Silveira's feature documentary I am a Visitor in Your World won first place in the feature documentary category at the Athens International Film+Video Festival in Athens, Ohio.   The documentary follows Rebecca Babcock after her genetic colon cancer diagnosis. more
 
First-year student Antonio Luco's film Beaverland (Los Castores), about young biologists investigating a plague of beavers in Tierra del Fuego, was awarded a Bloomberg Fellowship from the Tribeca Film Institute. more
 
Claudia Rankine ('93) has been named the eighth winner of the $50,000 Jackson Poetry Prize. more
 
Current third year student Samantha Buck's documentary Best Kept Secret has been honored with a Peabody Award for its portrayal of an impoverished Newark high school's budding special needs department. The film focuses on three autistic students and one dedicated teacher at John F. Kennedy High School. more
 
Former Columbia School of the Arts Writing faculty member Michael C. Janeway, an editor, author, journalist and academic, died on April 17, 2014. Janeway worked as a reporter for Newsday and Newsweek, associate editor for The New Leader Magazine; assistant editor, associate editor, managing editor, and executive editor at The Atlantic Monthly; and assistant managing editor, managing editor, and editor-in-chief of The Boston Globe. more
 
Screenwriting alumnus Yen-Chiao Huang ('13) recently won a screenplay competition sponsored by the Ministry of Culture of Taiwan. more
 
Daniela Di Donato ('13), Tracy Molis ('11), Claudio Nolasco ('12) and William Santen ('11) wi more
 
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