Kimberly Peirce ('96) Reinvents a Horror Classic
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Kimberly Peirce ('95)
photo / Jasmine McGlade
Columbia Film Program alumna and award-winning director Kimberly Peirce ('96) will release a remake of the classic horror film Carrie this fall. Peirce previously directed Boys Don't Cry, which she co-wrote with Film Program faculty member Andy Bienen, and which earned Hilary Swank an Academy Award for Best Actress. learn more



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