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Daniella Gitlin ('12) spoke at McNally Jackson in September 2013 with Michael Greenberg and Ernesto Semán about her translation of Operation Massacre by Rodolfo Walsh. more
Tanya Paperny's (’11) translation of Andrei Krasnyashykh’s short story “Russian Roller Coaster” was featured in Vice in 2013. more
Academy Awards   Disney’s Frozen, written and co-directed by Jennifer Lee (’05), won two Academy Awards—Best Animated Feature and Best Original Song. more
Film alumnus Gary Graham’s ('05) script, A Garden At The End Of The World, has been acquired by Warner Brothers and is to be adapted by Graham into a reboot of the 2007 hit film, I Am Legend. more
Kingdom, a potent television drama series about mixed martial arts and family, set in L.A.'s Venice neighborhood, is Film alumnus Adam Davidson's ('91) latest directing project. more
The past year has brought major success to many writers in the Columbia community. more
Current film students Iesh Thapar and Andrew Duncan Visser are among 21 students who have been named as recipients of scholarships from the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA). Thapar and Visser have been conferred scholarships by BAFTA, Los Angeles. more
Yelena Akhtiorskaya ('09) was honored recently by the National Book Foundation, which named her one of its 5 Under 35 Authors of 2014 for her debut novel, Panic in a Suitcase. more
It's been year of major accomplishments for the Columbia University School of the Arts Theatre Program, with a string of awards and nominations for students and alumni working on stage and screen, and faculty continuing to demonstrate that they are some of the top theatre-makers in the field. more
In July 2014, students traveled to Columbia Global Center/Europe in Paris (Reid Hall) with Film Professor Richard Peña to take part in a three week, three credit course exploring the history of French Cinema. more
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