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Greg Mottola's Keeping Up with the Joneses Features an All-star Cast
November 18, 2016

Film alumnus Greg Mottola ‘91 premiered his new film Keeping Up with the Joneses on October 21.

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Three New Plays Showcased in the Schapiro Theater
November 10, 2016

Three new plays, made in collaboration between the Class of 2018 Directors, Dramaturges, and Playwrights, will run in rep at the Schapiro Theatre from Nov.

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MFA Actors of 2017 Present 1001 and The Late Wedding
October 31, 2016

Columbia’s graduating class of MFA actors will appear in a pair of thesis productions at Teatro LATEA at The Clementé for two consecutive weekends, November 9-12 and 16-19.

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Johnny Ma's Old Stone Opens at IFC
October 27, 2016

Film alumnus Johnny Ma’s ‘14 new feature Old Stone will premiere at the IFC Center on November 30, 2016, followed by a national rollout campaign.

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Glowing reviews for Columbia Student production of The Great Divide
October 4, 2016

The Great Divide, written by Alix Sobler ’17, directed by Rory McGregor ‘17 and produced by Georgina Ratnatunga ’17, received glowing reviews during its run at London's Finborough Theatre.

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Clara Roquet Wins BAFTA US Student Film Award
June 29, 2016

Recent graduate Clara Roquet ’16 won the 2016 BAFTA US Student Film Award for her short film El Adiós, which she wrote and directed as part of her MFA coursework at the Columbia University Film Program.

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Talya Chalef Directs Port Cities NYC
June 3, 2016

Playwriting alumna Talya Chalef ’13 is the director/deviser of the first installment of The Port/Cities Project, which recently premiered in New York.

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Columbia Students Shortlisted for the Annual BAFTAs
June 2, 2016

At the 2016 BAFTA US Student Awards three films made by Columbians were honored: finalist El Adiós, written and directed by Clara Roquet, and edited by Mounia Akl; Pitter Patter Goes My Heart, written and directed by Christoph Rainer ’15; andStay Awake, written and directed by Jamie Sisley ’15, produced by Sarah Dorman ’14, and co-produced by Kristin Frost ‘14,Tom Sveen ‘14, and Ko-Rely Pi ‘14.

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Two School of the Arts Alumni Win Obie Awards
May 25, 2016

Two School of the Arts Theatre alumni were named winners at the 2016 Obie Awards in May: Rachel Chavkin (Directing, ’08) and Maha Chehlaoui (Acting, ’99).

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Spotlight: Sara Rademacher Directs The Love Song of J. Robert Oppenheimer
April 25, 2016

Sara Rademacher’s directing thesis, The Love Song of J.

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