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'Family Medicine' by alumna Missy Hernandez ’17 a Finalist for Script Pipeline's 2020 TV Writing Competition
July 20, 2020

“Wow! What a discovery,” the festival website enthuses about American Thief.

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Julián Mesri '20 Joins the Public Theater's 2020-2022 Emerging Writers Group
July 15, 2020

Now in its eighth cycle, the Emerging Writers Group is an ongoing initiative that targets playwrights at the earliest stages of their career, creating an artistic home and offering support and resources for a remarkable group of up-and-coming playwrights.

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Current Students and Alumni Join Chautauqua Theater Conservatory
July 15, 2020

The Chautauqua Theater Conservatory has announced its class of 2020 with five Columbia actors on the list.

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The Kilroys List Features Eight Columbia Theatre Makers
July 13, 2020

The Kilroys are a collective of playwrights, directors and producers in LA and NYC who are, they say, “done talking about gender parity and are taking action.

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'Nothing Can Hurt You' by Nicola Maye Goldberg '18 Published Last Month
July 13, 2020

Vogue published an excerpt of Nothing Can Hurt You in June as part of their "Fiction Friday" series.

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'Soy Sola' by Current Students Sets European Premiere
July 11, 2020

Natalia Luque is a Chilean director and screenwriter currently studying at Columbia University in the MFA Film program.

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Conversations with Artists in Art Getting Art: Kamari Carter
July 10, 2020

So sheltering in a residency was kind of an advantage in a way, creatively? KC: The only advantage I would say is that I had much more free time than I would normally.

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Alumnus Francisco González '19 Wins 2020 Gulf Coast Prize
July 10, 2020

Recent alumnus Francisco González ’19 won the prestigious 2020 Gulf Coast Prize for his short story “Clean Teen.

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Eight Columbia Filmmakers Invited to Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences
July 10, 2020

Eight Columbia filmmakers were recently invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences as part of an initiative to change its otherwise long-term white-male dominance.

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